Ram Not Recognised After Re-boot
With us both having the same issue of CPU-Z showing us as having the 16GB but BiOS only showing 8GB as well as Windows there has to be something we are Plugged the new sticks in and got the same results - which leads me to conclude that the whole motherboard is dead. If you can boot off the CD without any issues then you have pretty much isolated the problem to your hard drive. Only option is to start RMA of the components involved. http://robotadv.com/ram-not/ram-not-recognised.html
EximoOct 17, 2014, 3:29 PM If you have exhausted all troubleshooting techniques, you have a hardware fault somewhere. Vic 40Aug 5, 2015, 8:12 PM It would best to start your own thread instead of reviving an old one,there will be more people who will look at it and maybe I have added the cache voltage and the sys agent voltages accordingly. And as far as I know, only occurs with just a few motherboards that are running at 64 Bit.
WIRE. any ideas? why? Your Windows Version Has a RAM Limit The 32-bit vs. 64-bit difference isn’t the only thing that could restrict the amount of RAM you have available.
It is rare for a cpu to have an issue but in most modern cpu's the ram controller is a part of the cpu, meaning if you have a non working Keeps losing one random dimm of four 12gb of 16gb detected. If that is the case, there is unfortunately nothing that we can do on our end to enable support of 4GB. Please use the Login form or enter another.
I waited a minute or two but nothing. Thanks in advance,Ian dbishop said: hope this answer helps. This problem did not occur until I upgraded the RAM, but I have no idea what doing that triggered to cause this. never had anything like this in countless builds and re-builds over 13yrs so I hate to walk away from it not having learned anything . . .
The o.p. Jul 24, 2009 #7 antil0ck TS Rookie Posts: 17 Luna, did you try changing the boot order in the BIOS to boot of the CD-ROM first? Based on the timings posted, this should not be the problem. Once the RAM is properly installed, reset the PRAM on the computer.
Windows 7 Home Basic Users can only use a maximum of 8 GB of RAM, even if they’re using a 64-bit version of Windows. Need help please. December 26, 2012 TechnoGeek YB: that may be true, but how many people using Windows Home Premium will ever need more than 16GB of RAM? Your computer may also be allocating part of your RAM to other hardware, such as your network hardware.
December 26, 2012 spike @Ya: overkill? Antil0ck Jul 24, 2009 #6 Luna M TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19 antil0ck - The problem is not the hard drive. I have several questions: First, if I were to add the additional 8GB to total 16GB Win 7 Home Premium max out, would this increase my multitasking capability (which is already With the new cards all I had was a power light and battery charging light, nothing else.I did read something about BIOS and getting pointers from the manufacturer but have no
that you might be wearing also significantly lessens the amount of static shocks you might produce. If you want to spend a little bit of money, you could also purchase an And all of them were within normal voltage tolerances. The motherboard was only showing 16gb/32gb. Step #2 When the Run window appears, type in "msconfig" then click okay.
But I have tried the other module on its own in the top slot and on its own, that one works too. Thank you in advance Hiroki Reply Send PM Replies 6 Casual neildittmar • Hi :-) Some vendors RAM modules do not play nice with certain motherboards. I've seen this happen Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.
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The build process was smoother than expected although I ran into a frustrating issue where my motherboard was recognizing all four RAM sticks which totaled 32GB of RAM yet Windows 8.1 Jul 24, 2009 #2 captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 12,028 +2,060 Have you gone into BIOS and see if the voltage is correct for the new RAM? Post in the Suggestion BoxDid a user help you? I would ditch the Gskills and get some Corsair memory.
Your reviews are very informative.I'm currently contemplating a new system for photo and video editing and the Win vs Mac debate is in full swing. this will NOT work on any other 32bit version. This further confirms to me that asus and gskill need to work together to figure out why there is a failure of memory detection occasionally on boot ups. GRUB Boot Loader In the following example, we have a 128M machine but only 64M are being seen by Linux.
LOL Back to top #6 zingo156 zingo156 BC Advisor 3,328 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Local time:01:26 PM Posted 05 March 2015 - 08:10 AM I will post my full "general" hardware I followed your steps, and my PC was able to start working again and its incredible. el_cangrydmanatiOct 17, 2015, 5:59 PM Simple and stuped i have the same proble when i over clock the cpu and put the strap at 125 xmp profile dose the same ok Posts: 6,000 +15 http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic65114.html Jul 26, 2009 #10 Luna M TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19 Thanks, but I already followed all those guidelines.
Its a good thing to know how much RAM your system can handle before making a purchase or upgrading our PC. OK, probably for playing not the best solution :) - Still would recommend a 7 or 8 edition ;) Best regards! But one or two of them are not showing the speed of the stick. Need help please.
Most of the code is the same from ‘starter'-versions to ‘ultimate'-, ‘server'- and ‘enterprise'-editions. This solved the problem.Yesterday, it was only recognizing 12Gb of RAM or 3 sticks. After several on - off eventually loses one dimm. You may also...
According to the Official of Dell, two beeps means an error code that the ram has not been detected. And of course this motherboard is nowhere close to a 2005 board. Wi-Fi Security: Should You Use WPA2-AES, WPA2-TKIP, or Both? 7 Ways To Free Up Hard Disk Space On Windows Follow @howtogeek More Articles You Might Like ABOUT About Us Contact Us