I know that my motherboard can support 2GB RAM but i want 2 know whether it can support more than that. can u tell me the best RAM (which can compatible with FSB). configuration ----------> 1) Motherboard Name : ASRock P4i45 GL/GV/PE 2) Processor : Intel Pentium 4, CPU 2.40GHz. 3) current-- RAM : 512 Mb RAM
plz tell me d best RAM which has better FSB than that, if possible & most importantly it must support my Motherboard ASRock(845GV R5.0). one more thing is that now i want to buy at least 1-2 GB RAM so ur guidance plz,
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Well I think it's caused by a dusty RAM memory or defective memory causing a parity error in the first 64 kb of that RAM. Take it/them out & clean with a student eraser or light alcohol. If prob persists pls replace RAM Hope it helps u my dear
it seems like you have got a compatability issue here. please contact a local computer repair shop or the manufacture of the board to find out if the memory is compatable with yoiur system
hey, this victor from kenya. Have you confirmed that the heatsink n coler fan is firmly attached to the motherboard? suc error is usually as aresult of non efficient cooing systems. Also reapply the cooling compound. Use methylated spirit to clear tha old application on the surface of your processor.
If this 2 fail,confirm that you are using a compartible processor to the asrock motherboard.
1. Make sure the memory is seated firmly in the motherboard and the clips are fastened.
2. When it boots up try to hit the key to get you into the CMOS setup screen. If you make it in the CMOS setup save and exit.
3. Follow the motherboard instructions to clear the CMOS. Involves jumper or removing battery etc.. the process varies with manufacture and model. If it starts working check the capacitors on the motherboard to see if they are blown on the bottom, leaking brownish gunk or bloated.
4. Put the old memory back in and see if it works normally. May not be compatable or backwards compatible.