Bad Motherboard?

Sabertooth X79; 32 MB Corsair RAM (4 x 8Gb set); Windows 7 Profession, 64 bit. Only 24 MB are recognized. Sabertooth setup/diagnostic screen indicates that DIMM 1 location is not working properly. I swapped memory modules and it's still the same DIMM 1 location with the problem. It appears that the issue is not the memory itself but the motherboard. Any suggestions?
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  1. Have you tried using the other 4 dimm slots to rule out a bad dimm slot?

    Try updating your bios.
  2. I swapped memory modules around, it's always the same DIMM slot that comes up as "abnormal".
  3. If you have another set of ram sticks then put it in your mobo after that look for DIMM solt working condition using diagnostic is it getting problem again with another sticks [incase you only have one stick and if you know which slot got problem put that stick in that slot if dont know try that stick with each solt @ time] If still goes same check out the stick inserted correctly or not
  4. Update your BIOS before playing with sticks

    www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_2011/SABERTOOTH_X79/#download

    [ Take back up of BIOS before Upgrade ]
  5. Imo Sabertooth X79 require BIOS update to use up 32GB memory :)
  6. OK, there are 2 later BIOS updates available. Do I need to install each in order of release or just install the latest?
  7. Only latest :)
  8. THE UNKNOWN said:
    Imo Sabertooth X79 require BIOS update to use up 32GB memory :)


    According the Asus website it takes 64GB of memory.
  9. mrice said:
    I swapped memory modules around, it's always the same DIMM slot that comes up as "abnormal".


    How can the same dimm slot come up as "abnormal" if your using 4 other dimm slots??

    I suggested you try the other 4.
  10. geekapproved said:
    According the Asus website it takes 64GB of memory.


    Yes it do :)
    You got it wrong im talking about 32GB that he has.
  11. Ok I got it wrong. lol
  12. No problem :)
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