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BOOT falilure after RAM installation

HISTORY: Every time when the computer was powered up, there was a message "CMOS battery low" and F1/F2 selection for proceeding. ACCIDENT: I replaced a memory chip (power cord out, static e checked) and started a computer. The computer didn't load (no bios messages, no "beep"0 - black monitor), but the fan was working, CD drive was working. ATTEMPTS: - put back an old memory chip - same story. - replaced existing CMOS battery (tablet 3V CR 2032 lithium battery) with a new one - same story - removed memory chips - same story - reset CMOS jumper - same story HARDWARE: Motherboard type - AMD M810D v 7.5 with nothing on it,except for the graphic card and RAM. Memory type - DDR

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  • nk08 Aug 21, 2008

    THis is M810D v.7.5 and it holds DDR type of ram.

    I tried it first on my other machine and the chip worked just fine (even it is not exclude what you just said).

    But then even with the old chip it didn't start.

  • chanito28 Oct 10, 2008

    I had the same problem. I received the low batery message.I didn´t change the memory. One friend asked me to just install a fresh copy and then give it back to him. When he tested it on his house it didn´t turn on. Now only the CD an fan are "working". There is no beep and no image on the screen. Could it be a problem with the CMOS? Have you solved this problem?

  • bolo961423 Jan 12, 2009

    I have the same problem, Only Tried to just flash the cmos and it clear it instead. I found a manual for the board and it said you need the motherboard installation disk. And I cannot find it anywhere

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If your battery finally died then most likely your motherboard was cleared. you need to find the motherboard setup disk to set it up for use again. I have the same problem but the cmos clear jumper on the board was moved purposely in my case.I never thought i would erase the board just reset it. OOPS.

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Did you make sure that the new RAM was compatible with the motherboard? ...?

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Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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    if you can tell me the motherboard model number, I should be able to find what RAM makers are compatible

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