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Thread: Quick Help On Ram / Motherboard

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    SimpleTech (Simple Technologies) 512MB DDR PC2700 Major Brand Chip - OEM
    Retail. 184-pin. Non-parity, Gold Contacts, 6 Layer PCB, CL=2.5, 2.5Volt, PC2700=DDR333, Lifetime Warranty. Part# RB2700DDR/512
    ASUS P4PE/L Motherboard for Intel P4 478 Retail w/ Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, Onboard LAN, SoundMAX Digital Audio System
    ***1st Intel chips that TRUELY support DDR333 PC2700***
    Supported CPU: Socket 478 for IntelŪ PentiumŪ 4/ Celeron up to 3GHz
    Chipset: Intel 845PE
    FSB: 533 / 400 MHz
    RAM: 3 x184-pin DDR333 PC2700/PC2100/PC1600Max 2GB
    IDE: 2 x UltraDMA 100/66/33
    Slots: 1 x AGP 4X 6 x PC
    Ports: 1x LPT, 2x COM, 2x PS/2, 1x RJ45,4xUSB2.0 Audio Ports
    Onboard Audio: ADI1980 6-channel CODEC
    Onboard LAN:BroadCom 10/100 Mbps Ethernet controller Model#: P4PE/L 
    These two should fit right?

    since the ram doesnt click in ...... right now...

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    these seem compatible. make sure you're trying to insert the ram the right way round
    remember it can also be hard to insert the ram first time round, just be patient and don't force it

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    ummm well i think it's in... you know what i will take a picture of how it is in so far.... secondly... my hand is brusing up... can you explain to me how to take off the face plate of the case... i mean the back part where the

    onboard USB port, sound port, mouse and keyboard thing is placed... i can get it off...

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  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    umm got hte back plate off but my ram still wont fit...

    i broke the face plate off w/ a screw driver... kept pounding it w/ it...


  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    make sure you're putting the ram in the right way round first. the pins are split into two uneven sections, one is 110 pins and the other is 74 i think. make sure the little plastic bridge in the dimm slot is in the right bit. you need to push it in till the plastic retaining pins click in. good luck and be patient

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
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    Jan 2003
    - open the little white levers at either side (ie push them away from the socket)
    - Place the RAM into the socket, matching up the long and short bits of the stick with the long and short bits in the socket
    - Push down on the RAM at one side until the white lever snaps into place
    - push down on the other side until the lever clicks into place

    Never use excessive force, you'll either damage the equipment or yourself.

    To release RAM later, just open the little levers at either side and the stick will pop out.

    Hope this helps

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    eh well i did all that it just doesnt go into the whole... lolz.... as u can see if u looked at the pics.. arg i cant type good... i scratched one of my fingers on the metal....

    look at that pic

    u can see that the RAM closing thing is hitting the green part of the RAM

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    Join Date
    Jan 2003
    You'll just have to press carefully until it slips in...

    Make sure you press one side down then the other...

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    eh... i got it figured out! finally.... lolz got 2 cuts... bleeding badly... hardware done


    i got 2 cd rom drives and a hardware... im trying to install windows but it saids something about dos missing and stuff...

    so what do i do now?

    i can acess


    x = cdrw
    y = cdrom

    a = i have no clue...

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