Hi there & thanks for replying, OK the one thing i have been trying to do for about 3 months now is to upgrade my ram from 4gb 2x2 TO 8gb 2x4 my MOBO can handle a maximum of 8gb but it will not except any of the 4gb ram sticks that i install i have also tried one stick at a time & still nothing so i'd say the ram is fine here are PC specs MOTHERBOARD: Gigabyte GA-G41MT-S2P PROCESSOR: Intel(R) Celeron(R) E3400 @ 2.60Ghz 2600mhz 2 core(S) 2 logical processor(S) OS:Windows 7 Ultimate x64 GRAPHICS: NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 1GB SUPPORTED RAM : DDR3 1333/1066/800mhz 1.5v RAM CURRENTLY USED: 2x2 Kingston DDR3 1333mhz 1.5v PC3-10700 667mhz RAM I TRIED TO INSTALL: x2 A-RAM DDR3 4GB 1333mhz LODIMM P/N: AR4GB1333D3V if u need anymore details about my PC just let me know any help would be fantastic THANKS
At first guess, it would seem that the desired 2x4GB A-RAM memory is not compatible with your motherboard. It appears to be bog standard memory, but apparently your mobo doesn't like it. I would recommend you exchange for G-Skill, Corsair, or Kingston memory.
Hi again thanks for your response i will exchange the ram when i can i think KINGSTON ram should do it considering my mobo is running kingstons at the moment BUT in the mean time do u have any tips, tricks or metherds that i could try while i still have the 2x4s to try to get them working??? If yes then that would be good practice for me & most helpful MY THANKS