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P4M800PRO-M478 wont boot up its a P4M800PRO-M478 HELP

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  • arunrona Feb 13, 2009

    i checked processor and ram also and p4m800 board is working properly still not booting...

    this is happened when i changed processor

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Check the processor and the ram either they are working properly

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hello nepr29

my name is ausi

i had a look at your main board. it is capable of 2gig RAM (maximum). you issue is typically related to the type of
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hello jorge stoke

my name is ausi. i have just joind Fixya.

it is interesting you have had no reply yet.

i had a look at your main board. it is capable of 2gig RAM (maximum). your issue is typically related to the type of
RAM you are using. your posting does not indicate the RAM model.

you have to make sure the
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ib_ba_87,

Since your using P4M800PRO-M478, I recommend you to read the manual to refer about the pinouts for all the connectors for your motherboard.

Just in case you don't have the manual, here the link for you to download.

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Requester #1: Not enough info - memory installed, etc.

#2 & 3:

Is this what you need(ed)?

http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/BIOS/Others/Mercury-P4VM800M7-10.shtml

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