Originally Posted by MikhailV
When DRAM light is on it usually means that your memory is incompatible with the motherboard itself.
1. Make sure that your RAM is properly seated if it is.
2. Press the MemOK! button it is next to the DRAM Light.
3. If that doesn't resolve the issues the fault maybe within the RAM you have now, if that is the case I'd recommend you swap the RAM and see if that rectifies the problem, also RAM itself may not be compatible with your board, I'd recommend you check the QVL on ASUS' website.
Edit: Just checked the QVL it seems that the G.Skill 1866 Sticks are compatible with the board.
So I'd recommend that you try a different set of RAM if the system fails to boot after MemOK button is pressed.
1. the memory is property seated.
2. I press Memok button. and the memory light is still on.
3. I even change the slot of the memory. the memory is compatible. I bought Gskill 1866 (2x4GB) memory.
I change recently memory into corsair vengeance 2x4 (8GB). and the memory light still on.
what does that mean?Edited by rickyman0319 - 9/2/13 at 8:02am