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I had anissue with an deffective 1GB PC3200 DDR DIMM 400Ghz ram. I had 2 in use so i removed the efective one and stayed with one. CMOS was reset and when right before widoos boots the black screen appears and reads PCI Device Listing and never goes away. I have an ASUS motherboard model# A8N5X Please help.

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  • kiewi5 Oct 01, 2008

    My computer will turn on, "PCI listing..." and never end

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