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Motherboard gave 3 beeps

My motherboard gave 3 beeps after i uninstalled the ram and install again. After i installed the ram i smelt some smell. Now however i install the ram motherboard still give 3 beeps (64k ram failure). Any one experienced this before ? Can help me out ?

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  • frey88 Aug 19, 2007

    thanks for your solution but i already bought same brand ram and installed but still gave me same problem...

  • frey88 Aug 19, 2007

    Sorry for that, the motherboard is using AMI bios

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    I would like to know what is the maximum amount of RAM memory possible on this motherboard



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Hi, u havnt mentioned the bios used by this motherboard. i searched for the bios on the net, but couldnt find. the error beeps depends on the bios used by the motherboard. usually 3 beeps(2short and one long) means, the video card is damaged.

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Hi, it sounds like your Ram was not seated fully the first time and has damaged the contacts. Get another stick of RAM and install that making sure it is fully seated and then try again Regards mistyman

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