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MSI K9VGM-V motherboard does not accept 2x1GB memory

Posted on 2006-10-24
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Guys,

I recently bought a MSI K9VGM-V motherboard, and equipped it with an AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (Socket AM2) dual-core processor.

I have installed two memory modules from Kingston (1024Gb DDR2 PC533Mhz), which should give me 2 gig of memory.

When both memory slots are used, the PC does not boot and beeps during POST (indicating a memory problem).

When slot 1 is filled and slot is empty, the PC boots with 1 gig of memory. I did this with both modules, both are in working order, they just cannot be present both at the same time...

What now?
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phototropic earned 500 total points
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New motherboard?

It's under warranty, and one of the memory slots appears to be malfunctioning...
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Motherboard was broken. Thanks for your help.
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