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Ram Problem with 870icafe?

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Topic: Ram Problem with 870icafe?
Posted By: ramin_rp
Subject: Ram Problem with 870icafe?
Date Posted: 09 Jul 2015 at 3:24pm

I have a 870icafe motherboard,
when install RAM to A1 and B1 blue slots debugger show wink 63 and system not boot .
when remove Ram from B1 slot system work correctly.
And when install Ram to A2 and B2 white slots debugger shows 65 and system not boot.

what is my motherboard problem and how can i fix it?

Posted By: Xaltar
Date Posted: 09 Jul 2015 at 5:14pm
Welcome to the forums Smile

It sounds like the RAM is refusing to operate in dual channel for some reason. Are both RAM modules the same brand/model and size? Most systems do not like mixed brands and capacities in dual channel. 

Posted By: ramin_rp
Date Posted: 10 Jul 2015 at 3:31am
Thank you,
Yes , I have 4 RAMs,They are KingMax 2GB 1333,
This system worked correctly for 4 years, I was recently faced with this problem.

Posted By: odiebugs
Date Posted: 10 Jul 2015 at 6:55am
Can you try each single stick, and are you sure it's not D3 and D5 ?   

What happens with 4 sticks ?

Can you mark each stick with small piece tape so you can know each one, then try the A1 and B1  with different sticks until you try all four in different combination ?  
Sorry,  trying to see if it's memory or channels. 


Posted By: ramin_rp
Date Posted: 11 Jul 2015 at 12:16am
I tried all four RAMs in different combination, when i use B1 slot debugger shows 63 and when use B2
debugger shows 65.
It seems the problem is the motherboard.
How can I make sure?

Posted By: Xaltar
Date Posted: 11 Jul 2015 at 3:24am
Try clearing CMOS either via the jumpers or by the battery removal method. Also check the RAM slots for dirt/dust I have seen dust cause all kinds of havok with PCs. If they are clogged you can use a toothbrush dipped in isopropyl alcohol to clean them out. Be sure to wait until all the alcohol is evaporated before seating the RAM again.

I hope this helps Wink

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