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Computer receives power but doesn't start (Resolved)


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michaelg9

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Hey,

Good news ! :happy:

 

I tried to power up the computer with the current ram stick and the same problem happened. I replaced the current ram stick it with a friend's one that's known to be working. Tadaa!! The computer powered up normally. I guess we have found the culprit, right??

 

Thank you very much for your help


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phillpower2

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While it is not ideal having to replace the Ram at least you have identified the cause of the problem  :thumbsup:

 

You are welcome btw  :)


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Glad to hear you found the problem!

 

Nev.


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iammykyl

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Having only one stick of RAM installed, and if fails, no computer, it's safer to have 2x2=4GB kit for 32bit OS, 4X4=8GB kit for 64bit OS.

Stick with RAM from the QVL and you will have no problems, > http://dlcdnet.asus...._report1010.pdf


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