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Asus Commando det dram problem

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Hi,
I just finished leak testing my wcing setup so i plugged everything back in and booted up the computer, only to find that it didnt turn on. well i noticed the reset cmos switch had been pushed in so i un pushed it and the computer spun on...but didnt post....no video or anything just fans and things spinning. so i look at the back display thing and it says det dram. ok so somethings wrong with the ram right? so i try a couple of different setups but the only thing that works is 1 stick in the back most slot. so i go into bios and set the ram to ddr-800 (its ddr-1066) and put it at is stock voltage, 1.8v, and set all the timings to auto. i shut down and put my other stick in place but I get the det dram thing again. any idea whats causing this? Thanks
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Is your RAM supposed to run at 1.8 volts? Seems kinda low. It could be that, just asking. It's something to do with your RAM. Did you have any leaks? Maybe burned out your RAM or RAM slots?
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post #3 of 5
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no no leaks. at 800mhz its supposed to run a 1.8v...2.1 for 1066mhz. I've tried both but neither have worked out.
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update: I have found that both of the back slots work fine...it is just the front two that aren't working. think they somehow got messed up when i was installing the wcing setup? maybe leads got scratched or something? Thanks
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any ideas anyone?
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