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Dibya

windows xp pc first ram slot not working

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Hi Everyone, I have a trouble .

Two of my Kingston hyperx works perfectly on 2nd ram slot . But if I put any working ram on first ram slot, it gives beep and doesn't boot.

Motherboard : Gigabyte h61m-w

Edit :

I checked processor LGA pins

I checked dim slot pins .

All looks fine to me .

What can be wrong?

Edited by Dibya

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I'm sorry, I can't help you. I guess things get old and that's it. In my case there is a slot that seems to fry any RAM card that I put in a very short time. I have recently been forced to change the network card twice as well, because they mysteriously stop working or are not detected. f****** Mysteries of obsolescence these days, maybe.

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Come on board is just 4 year old.

I guess i need a new board

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