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Old August 20, 2011, 10:48 AM
moocow moocow is offline
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Assuming you try pressing the RAM in hard enough and check the locks are in place, then you need to RMA the board. I don't ever recall seeing a BIOS setting that disable RAM slots. Also, try cleaning it first with compress air, may be some dirt got in the RAM slot.
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