This is really frustrating. Even on here it shows this computer as having two memory slots.
My D4362 has four. I've gone to different memory sales site and I've found I can add up to 2GB or 4GB. That it can take up to PC3200 ram or only 2700 is guaranteed to work.
Is anyone running 4G of memory in one of these and what speeds seem to work best for you?
If I mix the supplied 2X256 chips with 2X1G chips with a faster speed will the faster chips be limited by the slower ones?
Sorry for all the questions but it's pretty confusing when even E machines tech support can't seem to give me a straight answer?
Thanks for the help
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Re: memory for the D4362
Your system may have 2 slots for SDRAM and 2 slots for DDR Ram, and must not be mixed, either use only DDR DDR2 or SDRAM.
The mobo may only take 2 of the same size sticks e.g 2 x 1GB,or 2 x 256MB, so be carefull as you may waste money on a non recognised peice of ram.
If you use a pc3200 and a pc2700 stick it will run at the slower speedof pc2700.
Some boards will only allow a certain maximum of ram up to pc3200 speed and then adding any more you will have to run at pc2700 speed.
The crucial memory site will be best for advice on memory type allowance and speed.
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The issue is the file location on windows. When the error message pops up it should give you the option to browse your computer and find the file. If not find the file and add it to windows media player manually. It should fix the errror. or your computer just hates you lol
Whenever you run into a situation where you have no video, it can be frustrating cause it can be a number of reasons why its happening.
The most common cause of no video is that dust or dirt gets in the memory slots, sometimes you may not even see it.
The best way to handle this is to take the memory out of the slot. Take a can of air and blow some on the contacts of the memory and also blow some of the air into the slot as well.
This will ensure that contacts on the memory are clean and also it will make sure that the contacts in the memory slot are clean as well.
Then put the memory back into the slot, make sure it snaps back into place and then turn on the computer and you should have video again, this usually solves at least 80% of the problems with no video.
Your particular board is not listed on Intel's site, which means it was a custom version made for some computer manufacturer. So there may be differences between it and the similar boards Intel does list. Checking the specs for other D865 chipset models shows that they can take up to 4GB total, in up to four modules of DDR400 RAM in a dual-channel setting. This means you need to have the same size and speed of memory installed in both banks. The first two slots are the first bank.
Since yours is a custom board, it may not have four memory slots, or there may be special addressing limits. So maximum memory may be less than 4GB. But the basic chipset is the same, so the kind of memory should be as well.
did you try reading the memory card without any game discs put in via the ps2 menu?
is your memory card working properly? could be a corrupted memory card or a faulty memory card slot. try putting a friend's memory card on that same slot. if it works... then your memory card is gone bad... if it doesnt work...then your memory card slot has gone bad.
else try putting your memory card in your friend's ps2, see if that ps2 reads your memory card. if it does...then your memory card slot has gone bad.
The mobo for a PowerEdge 6450 has 16 slots - four banks of four.
Acceptable memory: PC133 Registered ECC SDRAM DIMMs. Must install memory in fours. (This may be a problem, as it appears you only have two)
GYGY diagnostic lights -- Memory is detected, but a memory configuration or compatibility error exists, and the 1-3-2 beep sound indicates the MEMORY test failed, which means one of the four memory has gone bad or the one of the four slots on the motherboard has gone bad, Neither the memory nor the mother board has completely gone bad, but either one slot or one memory has gone bad, try placing one memory on all slots and check which slot is the issue, then trying placing any 3 memory on the remainig slot to isolate the memory, then after that use the best 3 in the best 3 slots and check, you computer should work fine, this would help you for sure
If they are not a matched pair it will not work. If you have two sets of matched pairs. Each pair will have to go into the right pairing slot. Example one set you go in slots 0 and 2 and the other in slots 1 and 3. If you have stickers on the memory sticks look for a group of numbers and letters one group will match it's mate.
Chances are that the software on your phone has become corrupted. I would advise doing a master reset on the phone and see if the problem persists. If that doesn't help...probably the card slot has malfunctioned. Most probably a reset will slve the problem. Good luck!