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Installing a New Ram problem. (Motherboard wont detect)

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#1 darkwhite


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 12:05 PM

hi, first of all thank you for reading this. i don't know much about computers but im good at searching nice porn videos hehe. i don't know if there is someone already  posted a topic for this.
My motherboard is Asus (P5G441T-M LX3)
At first i used a Windows 7 Pro  system type 32-bit with 2.0 gb installed ram (, I used CPU-Z to get the info of my old 2gb ram  )
module size   :2048 mb
max bandwidth :pc3-10700(667MHz)
manufacturer  :kingston
part number   :9905471-001.A01LF
serial number : 821B2169
Now, i want to add an additional 4gb ram(kingston kvr16n11/4) to make it to 6gb ram. i change my OS to Window 7 Gaming OS with 64-bit. But every time i inserted the new 4gb ram and when i turn on my computer theirs no beep and will not display anything on screen. I removed the new 4gb ram and everything works fine. i reverted it, removed the 2gb ram and only insert the 4gb ram problem again appears. :( . so i go to my friend to check if my new 4gb ram works with just the same OS it works fine in him.
Then i tried many times. when suddenly i got lucky it starts up. when i check the properties of my computer the installed memory(RAM) is still 2.0 and obviously i dont know why, so i check on the CPU-Z if they detect it and it was there, the cpu-z detect it. but still 2.0 ram.. hmmmp.. 
so i badly need help to people with much more understanding with computers, why is this happening to me? 
Thank you for reading...  


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Posted 22 September 2013 - 09:44 AM

Recommend trying a matching pair of modules. (2x1GB, 2x2GB or 2x4GB).

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Posted 03 October 2013 - 10:29 AM

"Windows 7 Gamer Edition is not a Microsoft developed or affiliated product, what it seems to be is a customized Windows 7 image that the authors customized to remove or add components of Windows which can also be very problematic.

You are using something that nobody can help you with considering that it has probably been reverse engineered and likely injected with malicious code such as spyware (keyloggers, rootkits, worms, viruses)."


Per http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_install/i-want-to-install-windows-7-arc-gamer-edition-i-m/8e1e4541-fbda-47de-8fca-9beb625caac4?msgId=42bc4242-5246-4135-b0e3-900433933296 .


Use of pirated/illegal versions of Windows...is a violation of BC forum rules (see link in my signature).


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