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Hey Guys I need help. I mess up something in my cpu I tried to put the memory in second slot which is used to be in 1st slot and when I turn on my PC it wont boot. All black screen. I tried to put back the memory in 1st slot but still dnt boot still black screen. I also tried to remove a battery in my mobo I think its the battery for BIOS but it didnt help, still the same. What should I do best?
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post #2 of 10
Did you pay special attention to the keyway(s) in the DDR modules when re-installing the memory sticks?
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Yah theres nothing wrong with it. haizzzz. I have 1 memory and it is used to be running in the 1st slot. Earlier I tried to transfer it to 2nd slot and when I turn on my PC, it didnt boot, all black screen. So I turn off pc and transfer it back to 1st slot and when I turn on pc, it didnt boot also, all black screen, and cant even enter BIOS.
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post #4 of 10
Clear your CMOS.
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post #5 of 10
Quote:
Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
Clear your CMOS.
beat me to it, but I agree
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post #6 of 10
I pull out my PSU and then put it back in. That's what I do when my RAM have problem and sometimes it works.

Also, if you have 1 memory module, it HAS to be in the memory slot or else there would be problem.
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post #7 of 10
There may have been nothing wrong with it originally, but I've seen people put in DDR backwards and fry stuff before

If clearing the CMOS/BIOS doesn't achieve anything, I'd take that memory module to someone (a friend perhaps) and get it retested
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post #8 of 10
try reseating everything...you may have bumped something and disconnected something...

off topic...nice computer ()ut[@st...what OS you running...run superpi on that thing
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post #9 of 10
when you pull out your battery make sure you take the cable out of your PSU, or that power could keep your mobo from resetting. but just use your CMOS jumper to reset BIOS. Double check connections too.
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post #10 of 10
As said, can you test in another PC, you may have shocked with static electricity.
Try a longer BIOS clearing and make sure you remove the PS cord and toggle the PS on and off switch on the PS itself, di it several times. Then do the BIOS clearing.
    
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