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 on: Today at 15:42:14 
Started by thomas.ducke - Last post by Svet
Check PM FYI and queries.

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 on: Today at 15:40:30 
Started by TimK85 - Last post by TimK85
Were you over clocking or did you just build it?
No overclocking, just built it.

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 on: Today at 15:39:15 
Started by TimK85 - Last post by TimK85
Of course, no.They will work only in single channel bcause theyare not of the same kit. Inserting the 2nd in DIMMB2 would create new problems. So, if you buy a new stick, insert it in DIMMA1 (first beeing in DIMMA2).

Do the minimal configuration as I explained with your alone RAM stick. If does not work, try to move move the RAM sick in each of the DIMM slot.
Is your mobo installed in a case? If yes and the minimal test does not work, replace the RAM stick in DIMMA2, get mobo out of case and place it on a wooden/cardboard plan.
Hoping this will work,
:hat tip:

Thanks for the replies.

As soon as I get the chance I will try what you're suggesting and report back.

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 on: Today at 15:09:23 
Started by Cetax - Last post by Cetax
Yep, you should always check the manual to make sure they are in the correct slots. My friend also almost made this same mistake.
Well if I go with the manual(a2-b2) it only show's that 1 stick is working ..
Even when I put it in those slot's I still get the message that its not in the right slot  like here: https://imgur.com/a/9tWEc
UPDATE: moved ram to socekt a2 and b2,pc game me same "errror" message that my ram isnt insearted in the right slots... Then windows tells me that 16gb r installed but 8gb usable , in CPU-z my ram is read as it is installed in the slot a1 and b2, which phiscaly it isnt,its in a2 b2, looks like the mobo messed the a1 and a2 slots for some reason, as it counts a1 and a2 both as a1..Still no clue how to fix it

 5 
 on: Today at 15:08:09 
Started by baallek - Last post by rbleroy91
Please, try it
:scratchchin:

 6 
 on: Today at 14:58:31 
Started by baallek - Last post by baallek
I mean if I set OS all options seen on BIOS screenshot "Resume by..." dissapearing...

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 on: Today at 14:41:45 
Started by TimK85 - Last post by popnimpop
Were you over clocking or did you just build it?

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 on: Today at 14:34:08 
Started by bass_zxc - Last post by popnimpop
I would recommend clearing out dust and taking off the caps to check the key. Make sure it isn’t stuck and make sure nothing spilled on it

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 on: Today at 14:27:57 
Started by Cetax - Last post by popnimpop
Yep, you should always check the manual to make sure they are in the correct slots. My friend also almost made this same mistake.

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 on: Today at 13:59:55 
Started by Cetax - Last post by Cetax
Hello there, I have some trouble with my ram kit...
My specs:
b350 tomahawk
r5 1600 ryzen
gtx 1060 6gb
2x8gb corsair vengeance LPX 3200mhz
No OC done

Some SS's: https://imgur.com/a/q1anX


The problem is ,i belive bcz the latest BIOS update for the b350 tomahawk,now it does read only 1 stick ,or only 1 is usable..
I've tried:

* Win 10 updated

* BIOS updated

* Both sticks work ,tested 1 by 1,

* Reseted CMOS with the jummper

* Used XMP profile (didnt want to boot with it)

* Swiched couple slots with my sticks randomly didnt help at first

* Reseted manually the bios settings


* SCONFIG > BOOT > ADVANCED the box is UN CHECKED

* Flashed BIOS again (caused me to lose my eathernet connection somehow,I've got it fixed by enabling some settings in BIOS)


Now I got both sticks to work,and read as 16gb RAM,but they are in the sockets A1 and  B2 (which isnt good I assume,the manual suggests to use A2 and B2 (I've used these the whole time,before the BIOS update) )
Also I get some message before the PC boots up,link: https://imgur.com/a/9tWEc

Recently I had some BSOD errors,crashing my PC to the time that I couldnt boot it at all. Fixed it by updating the BIOS to the latest version,which caused RAM problems (Could be causing ,not 100% sure)...

Anyone with a solution to my problem? Any reply is welcome !




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