ableeker Posted November 9, 2006 Share Posted November 9, 2006 My computer uses an Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe motherboard with an AMD 64 3500+ CPU, and 2 Corsair CMX512-3200C2 modules. It's about half a year old and has worked fine uptil now. Yesterday however it had hung, and when I reset it, it failed the POST memory test. As a result the computer no longer booted. I removed all non-essential hardware, and quickly found out that it only booted if I removed one of the two memory modules. Trying to boot with just that one, or a combination of both modules failed the memory test every time. Booting with just the other module booted every time. As a matter of fact, I've removed the one module, and the computer not only boots with the other module, but has run Windows XP all day just fine. I've cleared all CMOS settings, but that didn't fix the problem. The computer is NOT overclocked, and runs with all memory settings in the BIOS set either at default or auto. Is there anything I can do to get the computer to run again? Is there for instance a BIOS setting I can or should change? Or has the module gone bad? Thanks! Aldo Bleeker Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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