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Thread: trouble w/ XMS and DFI lan party

  1. #1
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    May 2005

    Default trouble w/ XMS and DFI lan party

    sup guys,

    just put together a new computer, and i got the dfi lan party mobo w/ a gig of corsair XMS platinum. when i was assembling i was having boot problems so i did a bunch of troubleshooting, and noticed that everytime i put the XMS in, it wouldnt boot past bios, and when it did, it would hang or reboot when it was getting ready to enter windows. when i have a cheapo 512 stick in there, it's fine. i'm not really savvy on the dfi yet, so does anyone have any idea of what setting i need to change on the mobo to get it to work w/ this RAM?


  2. #2
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    Sep 2002
    Central Alberta , Canada

    Default Re: trouble w/ XMS and DFI lan party

    Do you have another machine to test the RAM in? Your problem may not be a setting but a faulty stick of RAM.
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  3. #3
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    Apr 2004

    Default Re: trouble w/ XMS and DFI lan party

    Increase the memory voltage to 2.7-2.8v as XMS modules like the extra charge.

  4. #4
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    Jun 2005

    Default Re: trouble w/ XMS and DFI lan party

    wayout...would you do this for all XMS series? right now i have 2 gigs worth at 2.7v

    Get Memtest to test out ur memory..sry dont ahve the link

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