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Cannot change DRAM Voltage with Bios

Hi, I have a very old computer and if I am to say so myself its a piece of crap. Motherboard is ASUSTeK Computer INC. P5KPL and it says BIOS Version: American Megatrends Inc. 0314 , 9/11/2007. Ok so I am trying to upgrade my ram and have tried to mix 2 different types of ram with 4 slots i have tried many things here are some examples: 2 of the same type together works!
2 of different types works! but when i try to put them all in at the same type my pc wont boot but i have figured out my problem but I cannot fix it because I don't see any option to change my DRAM Voltage which is what I need to do.


Here is a video which might give you a bit of information you need but if you need anything further leave a comment!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_e_bVPzfphw
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  1. Looks like some of the memory setting in BIOS have been locked out.
  2. Most prebuilts have locked BIOSs and sort of out of luck if adjustments are needed
  3. Tradesman1 said:
    Most prebuilts have locked BIOSs and sort of out of luck if adjustments are needed

    is there anyway i can unlock them or am i completely out of luck?
  4. You are kind of stuck with getting memory that matches the specs in the locked BIOS settings.
  5. So cant do anything?
  6. Best answer
    Nope. The manufacturer probably wants your business for more memory upgrades, etc.
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