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Asus Mobo Will Not Boot After Memory Upgrade

Hello, ***Thread may be long, but I need help

Hello, --Thread may be long, but I need help

I have an ASUS P4PE-X mobo, - P4 2.66 & 533 FSB, bios version 1007. I recently decided to upgrade the memory from 512meg to 1 gig all PC2700 333 & 2.5v, cas 2.5 sticks. After installing the new mem, XP could not boot up always hanged, and if it did it was very unstable and would crash. After thel install, bios saw the new upgrade and correctly reported 1024, however. When I disable quick boot at cmos, the bios reports memory error. However when I set the cmos option memory Turbo Speed to disable, bios does not report memory error. After that change XP booted correctly but was somewhat unstable about 40%. After running for about 5 hours the computer crashed and it has never started up again. Now there is no bios screen, no beeps, nothing.I tested the memory sticks on friends computer, the work fine,either together or individually.I cleared CMOS removed all cards except Vid - nothing, removed vid - still nothing. However when I remove the all mem sticks, the system realizes it and I get continuous beeps (no ram), when I re install the rams system hangs. Any help will be very much appreciated, I am on week 2 of fighting this.

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  • txtim Jan 22, 2008

    Thanks djick989....



    mobo still won't boot with original stick, is there a flaw in the design of this mobo or was it intentionaly designed to be picky on memory? Could the mobo be dead for good, since I used the kingston mem stick?



    thanks

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Not right ram gotta use samusng low density sum mobo so picky

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