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I have a msi p67a-gd55 and it was running strong for around two months. Today i decided to upgrade to 16gb of ram. once i put the dimms in it wont boot. The board turns on for 4 sec then just shuts off and repeats this process. I put the ram in every way possible and it still wont boot. Whats wrong?

Im running a i5 2500k
Ram is corsair vengeance 4x4gb
gtx 560ti 448 core
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Have you check RAM compatibility? What BIOS do you have?
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Have you check RAM compatibility? What BIOS do you have?
yes it is compatible and I can't check bios because it won't post

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And can you post with your older ram? Or it wont post at all even with older ram

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And can you post with your older ram? Or it wont post at all even with older ram
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post #6 of 10
Make sure everything is well seated ram, graphics or anything and if everything is well seated and conected try the clear cmos button

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Make sure everything is well seated ram, graphics or anything and if everything is well seated and conected try the clear cmos button
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ya nothing is working. Should I RMA?
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post #8 of 10
Before RMA check everything again and if you can't find anything to make it work then RMA. My MOBO is kind it like yours but mine is the gd65 it's been working for about a year now without any problem, i have changed the ram too and still working great probably, probably you got a bad unit. But like i said before check twice if nothing happens RMA thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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post #9 of 10
I just experienced this problem a few days ago. The most important thing is to make sure that the RAM is seated properly. I did nearly 24hrs of diagnostics to find out that as soon as I re-seated the RAM it worked flawlessly. Try your old RAM, then add one stick at a time in order to narrow down the bad stick. If one is found RMA. If you get your computer to post, then run Memtest overnight to be sure.
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post #10 of 10
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I just experienced this problem a few days ago. The most important thing is to make sure that the RAM is seated properly. I did nearly 24hrs of diagnostics to find out that as soon as I re-seated the RAM it worked flawlessly. Try your old RAM, then add one stick at a time in order to narrow down the bad stick. If one is found RMA. If you get your computer to post, then run Memtest overnight to be sure.

Like he said make sure the ram is well seated properly, if you managed to get one working run memtest to discard ram as the one making the problem
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