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Thread: GA-P55A-UD3 problem

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    macboy3000 is offline Junior Member
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    Default GA-P55A-UD3 problem

    A couple days ago, I just bought this motherboard used from ebay. The seller claimed that it was fully working. After the mobo came and I assembled it, I saw something wrong with my ram slots. When ram was plugged into the last 2 slots to the right, nothing would show up, though I could tell that it is on b/c of gpu fan running; however, if ram was plugged into the last 2 slots closest to the cpu, it would boot up. What was also odd was that this morning, when I tried plugging in ram to the last 2 slots, the bios would detect it, but it would show that it's not enabled.

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    Default Re: GA-P55A-UD3 problem

    Always place your 2 RAM's in white or blue slots (white is prefered).
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