eoldrenn Posted March 27, 2005 Share Posted March 27, 2005 Hello, Here my problem: I bought two "Corsair" VS512MB400C3, when I put one of them whatever it is that functions but dice which I put both........ In fact they are recognized by the "Bios" until the arrival of the last page "Dos" before the final launching of "Windows", the page which recapitulates the memories available. Whereas at the beginning Ca posts me 1024, on this page Ca posts 512. Arrived under "Windows" that becomes the horror, dice the loading I have a screen of warning for weak memory. If I look by various trace programs from well appearing system both "RAM", but in finality they do not seem to carry out their spot when they are two. On the other hand as I said if I put only one any problem of it. I tested various solutions suggested on this forum, clear cmos, to assemble the voltage has 2,7, to place on the slots 1-3 or 2-3, the tests of "RAM" do not let appear any anomaly either. Sorry for bad English, translation by google My set up : Motherboard Name MSI K7T266 Pro2 (MS-6380 v2.0) (5 PCI, 1 AGP, 1 CNR, 3 DIMM, Audio) Motherboard Chipset VIA VT8366A Apollo KT266A CPU Type AMD Athlon XP, 1333 MHz (10 x 133) 1500+ Operating System Microsoft Windows 98 SE Video Adapter NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 Memory Controller Properties Error Detection Method 32-bit ECC Error Correction Single-bit Supported Memory Interleave 1-Way Current Memory Interleave 1-Way Supported Memory Speeds 70ns, 60ns Supported Memory Types SPM, FPM, EDO, Parity, ECC, SIMM Supported Memory Voltages 3.3V Maximum Memory Module Size 1024 MB Memory Slots 3 Memory Bus Properties Bus Type DDR SDRAM Bus Width 64-bit Real Clock 133 MHz (DDR) Effective Clock 267 MHz Bandwidth 2133 MB/s Memory Controller Bank Interleave 4-way Memory Timings CAS Latency (CL) 2T RAS To CAS Delay (tRCD) 3T RAS Precharge (tRP) 3T RAS Active Time (tRAS) 6T Command Rate (CR) 2T Write Recovery Time (tWR) 2T Memory Slots DRAM Slot #1 512 MB (PC3200 DDR SDRAM) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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