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Did you successfully create a profile to start with windows?
It seems like it loading @800mhz.

Good luck
Yeah it does load with only 800mhz till the windows boots up, and with windows booting up nvidia sys profile sets the right multiplier. Don't know if the long POST screen is related to the low frequency of 800mhz Wondering if I'm really the only one with such a long POST screen.

Btw, I also cleared cmos and reconfigured everything but nothing changed.
There may be a some AI in my system having fun ruining my mood
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Did you successfully create a profile to start with windows?
It seems like it loading @800mhz.

Good luck



With the new ram installed,try clearing the cmos.
See if that helps.

Good luck

Gyro
did the above and still no luck i have read through a number of forums and it seems that perhaps i need to update the BIOS?
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did the above and still no luck i have read through a number of forums and it seems that perhaps i need to update the BIOS?
Hey, what frequence are your RAM using? 800? Just wondering ^^
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Afternoon all,

So i treated my self to some new RAM for my system as a late Xmas present which arrived today. However upon putting into my system it fails to boot and just beeps three times...
Just googled the 3 Beeps on bootup.

On AWARD bios 3 short beeps mean Bad Memory.
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Just googled the 3 Beeps on bootup.

On AWARD bios 3 short beeps mean Bad Memory.
this is the RAM i am trying to use

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/showp...odid=MY-190-CS

is doing 1 long and 2 short beeps, which i think "should" be a video card issue, but no problems with the card as far as i can tell, as it works with the old RAM just not the new ones.
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this is the RAM i am trying to use

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/showp...odid=MY-190-CS

is doing 1 long and 2 short beeps, which i think "should" be a video card issue, but no problems with the card as far as i can tell, as it works with the old RAM just not the new ones.
ok so i updated the BIOS, this has changed things a little, now when the new RAM is placed in, their is no beeping, everything seems to start up fine, fans spinning etc, however the system just doesn't post. Again it all still works fine when i have the old RAM in the system. Is leaning me towards a problem with the RAM just seems kinda unlikely as its fresh outta the packet today, obviously happens but still..
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ok so i updated the BIOS, this has changed things a little, now when the new RAM is placed in, their is no beeping, everything seems to start up fine, fans spinning etc, however the system just doesn't post. Again it all still works fine when i have the old RAM in the system. Is leaning me towards a problem with the RAM just seems kinda unlikely as its fresh outta the packet today, obviously happens but still..
Yeah, that code means vga issues

Guess you're right about the code. Well couldn't find a solution on the web so fast, maybe check the ram with memtest or install them in another sys to check them out? I got to prepare to party now. Hope you've solved it next year

Found this but dindt read it yet, check it out:
http://www.pcmech.com/forum/computer...-take-4gb.html

Good luck!
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Wondering if I'm really the only one with such a long POST screen.
V, I've seen POST times be variable, but I don't think I've ever seen 60sec.

I've seen times when it never completes POST and this has happened when I have an IPod connected via USB.
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Yeah, that code means vga issues

Guess you're right about the code. Well couldn't find a solution on the web so fast, maybe check the ram with memtest or install them in another sys to check them out? I got to prepare to party now. Hope you've solved it next year

Found this but dindt read it yet, check it out:
http://www.pcmech.com/forum/computer...-take-4gb.html

Good luck!
Cheers for all your help, not the best day to be lookingfor help tbh as people obviously on their way out well no luck so far still goggling around. Hopefully i will find something OR over the next days after hang overs are done with some more people might take a look at the forum and give me that magic answer
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Cheers for all your help, not the best day to be lookingfor help tbh as people obviously on their way out well no luck so far still goggling around. Hopefully i will find something OR over the next days after hang overs are done with some more people might take a look at the forum and give me that magic answer
I don't know if you want to try this, but you can increase the voltage to the RAM. Several have suggested 2.1V especially if you want to do some OC runs. Since that RAM has heat spreaders, you should be safe to see if it cures your POST issue.

In my system I have 2x2GB sticks of budget Corsair memory and they run fine at 2.1V. YMMV, yadda yadda.
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