I have a k7t turbo2 w/ an AMD Duron 1gb, 512 ram, a 40gb & 1.5gb drive. Problem has been it was powercycling itself and then this AM went dormant--on reboot it gets to verify DMI pool data and locks with Y*Y* at the cursor line. I can get it to try and boot from CD but it is saying that memory allocation errors exist.
Any ideas? I'm thinking hard drive (hoping....)
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Compaq Presario 700 Memory Maximum Memory 384MB Memory Slots 1 (1 bank of 1) non-removable base memory 128MB Machine name: Compaq Presario 700 CPU options: AMD Mobile Duron (900MHz) Chipset: VIA ProSavage KN133 HD Bus: Ultra ATA-66 Front Side Bus options: Memory Speed options: PC133 144pin SDRAM SODIMM
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You will have to look for a board that supports S-Dram memory, because that is what your MSI K7T Turbo2 uses.
My advice would be to skip this entirely; I would replace the whole board/CPU setup, and pick up some memory. You can get an Athlon II quad core and mobo for $165.98 USD (Asus /AMD). Pick up 2 GB of Kingston DDR3 RAM for $56
Hi, click on this MSI link which will open to the motherboard
K7T Turbo 2 (MS-6330 v5.0). Links for, Bios download, user manual & FAQ is listed at the top of the page in the blue in colored bar. http://www.msicomputer.com/product/detail_spec/K7Tturbo2.htm
You can run up to 1800 but it must be the AMD Athlon XP (Palomino, Socket A) up to 1800+