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Hi, my motherboard is Asus N13219, can I use DDR400 RAM on it? (The old one is DDR333) PS Happy new year! Steven

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SOURCE: asus a7n8x MB and ram

i just checked & yes you can from what i was reading

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SOURCE: Plugged the wrong RAM and now the motherboard only lights up HDD LED

Try turning the computer completely off, pull the plug, then push down on the power button for 5 seconds, then connect the power plug again.

This would be a last attempt. It may restore your system to working order only if no permanent damage was done by having the wrong type of RAM in your machine.

Otherwise the motherboard may need to be replaced.

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SOURCE: In my Asus P5S800-VM motherboard, it won't accept 2 ports of RAM

Check the RAM in another machine if it worked then the RAM slot might have some problem....

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SOURCE: adding memory to Asus p5v800-mx motherboard

if they are compatible with your motherboard, different versions of RAM do not conflict

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SOURCE: ASUS P4S533-MX MOTHERBOARD FAILED TO RECOGNIZE DDR400/DDR333 RAM

Running two different speed memory sticks is a problem. All memory should be running at the same speed so take the DDR333 out and the beeping should stop. Alternatively take the DDR400 out and again the beeping should stop.

That's probably the shortest and easiest solve I've had for ages.

Happy computing

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