Windows Xp Boot Error After Memory Upgrade
I found this out in the release notes...Good thing I didn't install anything.. *whew*I'm going to install the updates in proper order.I'm still wondering about the memory list.Thanks for all of All rights reserved. Report • #8 Fingers October 11, 2013 at 17:48:23 Look at www.newegg.com for computer components, good quality, good prices, quick shipping.You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you I got a refund instead. Source
Get in touch with HP Support first. This requires an XP boot CD, but read well on all the requirements in this article. rrrh1 (arch1) rrrh1, Aug 6, 2015 #9 Rolo42 Registered Member Joined: Jan 22, 2012 Posts: 569 Location: USA Raza0007 said: ↑ If there was a problem with a RAM stick the one that repair your pcs. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/240474-45-boot-upgrade
Updated an old Dell Optiplex GX520 to 2x2 GB DDR2 Ram, and as a result Windows 8 (32-bit) required about 15 min to boot... Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the The RAM used is DDR2 SDRAM 667 MHz. Here's how it works.
I want to know why Windows 7 would not boot with a RAM upgrade? hockey97August 29th, 2009, 02:36 AMI fainlly got the 768mb ram working. Why does my choice of typeface ruin the user experience? Could have something to do with the way windows was originally installed.
If they won't work with my PC I will sell them and plan to buy a new computer altogether... I'm new to the experience of updating BIOS. install just ONE stick at a time and reboot with just that one stick installed (do not add another one each time) does it boot with each one by itself? have a peek here It just runs in this loop.I rebooted and went into the BIOS.
If it did, then remove them and put in the new sticks to see if it boots up properly, so that you will know if the new ram is compatible with Proffitt Forum moderator / July 6, 2008 10:39 AM PDT In reply to: You're probably right .... Did early assembly games use hardcoded memory locations? So I looked online at various specs and all 5742 models I found showed 8Gb max, so I'm operating under the assumption that mine will be also.
- Nutty Kutchie, Aug 5, 2015 #2 Raza0007 Registered Member Joined: Mar 30, 2009 Posts: 1,425 Location: USA Nutty Kutchie, Thanks for your suggestion.
- My initial thought is that I might now have too much voltage set to the RAM, as I started to lower the voltage in .04 increments, the computer seemed to "be
- Additionally, the memory may be fine but the configuration may not be: BIOS timings like @Nutty Kutchie 's sound advice would address Stick placement (Are you putting both of them in
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- At first I got three beeps and nothing happened.
- I even build a new computer in class.
- remove all ram.
- I made sure to get the exact same RAM that was originally in the desktop.
- so my dad told me this.
- after 9 combinations since I have 3 new ram cards and 3 slots making it possible for 3 cars per slot.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. http://superuser.com/questions/354384/why-is-windows-not-booting-up-after-replacing-ram rrrh1 (arch1) Last edited: Aug 7, 2015 rrrh1, Aug 7, 2015 #13 Rolo42 Registered Member Joined: Jan 22, 2012 Posts: 569 Location: USA rrrh1 said: ↑ I was just making I have had 32 bit windows XP if upgraded from 2 to 4 GB to black screen after the splash and fail to boot correctly. I notice if I get to 768mb of ram to be reconized by bios.
Exiting the BIOS setup GRUB loads successfully, but when I try to boot Ubuntu it crashes with kernel panic immediately. this contact form The 1 GB RAM sticks are from Samsung. He notice the new generation of hardware engineers screamming when my dad told them to use a rubber eraser. Even thought those clips where their holding the ram in.
The only other choice is to send back the board till they get one that is current. StartThen goes to a completely blank black screen, where it hangs indefinitely. I'll go ahead and install the two BIOS updates, I just wanted to be sure there wasn't any other potential causes of the problem.It probably is a BIOS issue becuase the http://pdctoday.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-sp3-upgrade-error-access-denied.php So much for shopping local.
As David already proposed, reset all other settings to defaults. It should be just strictly original settings.Is it possible that the original "Three beeps and nothing" caused the boot-loop?I took out the originally installed RAM and stayed with the orignal 1 I also even check each ram if they work by placing them one at a time and testing them.
share|improve this answer answered Dec 21 '10 at 15:32 Satanicpuppy 5,3021216 It's a Kingmax DDR2-800 RAM.
I let it hang for fiften minutes to see if it was just attempting to start, but no go.Then I tried the new 4Gb with the old original 2Gb to see Thanks for the suggestion of getting in touch with hp. You should hear a click click. I am always hesitant to purchase RAM not in an unopened package.
He worked at gm as a eletrician and knows many computer geeks and computer hardware engineers that he worked with. I have two sister laptops with identical specs (Dell XPS M1530). The status leds are on 2 and 4. Check This Out Unfortunately the computer reset the boot process and I went back to that message about Windows not bring properly shut down.
Trying to load Windows XP does not get past the loading screen, it crashes with 0x8E stop error. All is good there.After that I re-tried the one new 4Gb, with the original old 4Gb, and this time it goes to Starting Windows (NOT the two choice 'Launch Startup Repair' Produce Dürer's magic square How can tilting a N64 cartridge causes such subtle glitches? I went ahead and put a 2nd stick of RAM and then booted the system back up at 1.78V.
I have no ideal about the downgraded one though... How do I amplify a 0-100mV signal to an ADC with a range from 0 to a specific reference voltage? It got to the two choice screen. What I did was to use dish soap and a eraser just like either on top of a pencil or if you have those big huge erasers use those.
Identify a short story about post-apocalyptic household robots Why is this C++ code faster than assembly? by R. Over the years I have changed RAMs on multiple desktops without any issues, this is the first time I have encountered a problem where the BIOS detects the RAM and boots Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I want to double check on things...
I'm unsure of this as nothing is overclocked on my machine. Verify just how the ram handles DDR3, verify what the old ram is. by R. Latest bios.2.