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Old January 20, 2012, 02:58 PM
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My System Specs


Try booting with one stick of ram to see if they are good. Also make sure they are in the right slots. Check manual for that. You are supposed to populate one of the colored slots before the other. Check your manual.

Also, you should be able to change the memory setting from 'auto' to 'manual'. just highlight the auto and hit '+' on you numpad or hit 'enter' and use arrow keys to select the other setting. Then you can go into your memory settings and set your timings and voltage to what the memory sticks say on the label.
ie: 9-9-9-24 1600MHz @ 1.5V (DRAM voltage)

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