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    Msi MS-6950

    Alright I have a lil problem, I have a Kt6 Delta LSR. And i've had to RMA it cause the AGP slot went bad, then I had 768mbs of RAM. When i got it back, I put everything together double checked ect. put my ram in there 192mbs of ram! so I thought hmm... maybe the bios needs updating, so I go online update the BIOS restart ect. ect. ect. Still, same problem I tried getting MSI supprt to help me but they didnt respond. I think somethings wrong with the memory contoller on the north bridge cause i've tried putting in my friends' ram same thing it only reads a quater of the capacity of the RAM so I dunno any suggestions. I think I should just send it back again.
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    Re: Msi MS-6950

    Originally posted by XtReAmTwEaKist
    Alright I have a lil problem, I have a Kt6 Delta LSR. And i've had to RMA it cause the AGP slot went bad, then I had 768mbs of RAM. When i got it back, I put everything together double checked ect. put my ram in there 192mbs of ram! so I thought hmm... maybe the bios needs updating, so I go online update the BIOS restart ect. ect. ect. Still, same problem I tried getting MSI supprt to help me but they didnt respond. I think somethings wrong with the memory contoller on the north bridge cause i've tried putting in my friends' ram same thing it only reads a quater of the capacity of the RAM so I dunno any suggestions. I think I should just send it back again.
    If the same thing happened on a friend's board then I'd say it is your RAM gone bad...Try each individual stick of RAm and the one that does not do much of anything is the bad one...
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    nahh its not my ram i put NEW sticks of ram in there still problems exists alos old ramworks in my friends computer
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    Originally posted by XtReAmTwEaKist
    nahh its not my ram i put NEW sticks of ram in there still problems exists alos old ramworks in my friends computer
    Oh I read it wrong....
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    if your sure the memory works, and there is no strange mem setting in bios, send it back.
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