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windows xp pc first ram slot not working

Dibya
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Hi Everyone, I have a trouble .

Two of my Kingston hyperx works perfectly on 2nd ram slot . But if I put any working ram on first ram slot, it gives beep and doesn't boot.

Motherboard : Gigabyte h61m-ww

I checked processor LGA pins

I checked dim slot pins .

All looks fine to me .

What can be wrong?

I have no money to buy new motherboards. Moreover lga1155 boards are pain in ass to find.

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First off, why are you running XP on a h61 board?

 

try a CMOS reset, pull power and pull the CMOS battery for 30+ seconds

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1 hour ago, dnyank1 said:

First off, why are you running XP on a h61 board?

 

try a CMOS reset, pull power and pull the CMOS battery for 30+ seconds

Windows xp retro gaming rig plus I need some apps which run only in XP

XP is freaking fast on modern system believe me

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1 hour ago, dnyank1 said:

First off, why are you running XP on a h61 board?

 

try a CMOS reset, pull power and pull the CMOS battery for 30+ seconds

Holy gracious man.  Thanks a lot . I wanna bow down to you give respect. CMOS reset did the trick.

By the way I dual boot with windows 8.1.

Ivy bridge and sandy bridge are last chips to support XP!

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Happy to help :D kudos to keeping it real, you've got till April until it's the real wild west out there and POSready updates are discontinued. Stay safe!

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9 minutes ago, dnyank1 said:

Happy to help :D kudos to keeping it real, you've got till April until it's the real wild west out there and POSready updates are discontinued. Stay safe!

Thanks man for best wishes. I will try to stay safe as much as possible after posready update ends next year April.

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