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Old April 23, 2013, 05:46 AM
syaoran7li syaoran7li is offline
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Originally Posted by stoanee View Post
First thing I would do is reset the cmos to see if that helps. Go into bios and make sure your ram is being properly detected at the speeds and settings they are listed at. If that does not help I would try some different ram, preferably from the QVL list.
Thanks for the reply.... i tried resetting the CMOS.. resetting the CMOS means resetting the bios to factory defaults??? and ya ram is getting detected fine.. different ram hmmm well i already wasted my money on buy two hard disks and now i dont have any money left to buy ram... i asked a friend of mine to bring his ram modules.. will check with it.... and the ram im currently using is also listed in the QVL list....

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