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problem with F1-320phu2-2gbnt and HP Pavilion a1250n

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  • problem with F1-320phu2-2gbnt and HP Pavilion a1250n

    HP Pavilion a1250n
    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/d...name=c00485646

    Model of the motherboard: MSI AMETHYST-M (Socket 939)
    Model of the memory: F1-320phu2-2gbnt
    Model of the CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+

    I just bought the F1-320phu2-2gbnt from newegg to upgrade my patents computer.
    After installing the ram all I could get was a POST error.
    I've tried with old ram, only new ram.
    Ive update the bios but no luck.

    What else can I try?

  • #2
    Might try resetting the CMOS, ensure the sticks are installed in the correct slots and then give it a try. If no go try raising the DRAM voltage to 2.75....Might also want to drop HP a line if problems persist, many of their older systems require propriatary components, in particular DRAM and hard drives (so they could try and ensure they got all the upgrade business)


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    • #3
      I tried all your suggestions but no luck. There is no way to set the dram voltage in the bios.

      Looking around the net I think your right about the proprietary component idea.

      Is there any way to return this ram or preferably exchange them for a pair I can use.
      I hope so because these were rather expensive.

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      • #4
        Prob just got them so contact your re/e-tailer, most have a 30 day or so return policy


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        • #5
          I have an rma setup.

          Thanks for your help, Tradesman.

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          • #6
            No problem, hope all works out well, drop us an update


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