12-23-2005, 08:31 PM
I just got my Gigabyte motherboard back from RMA servicing. When I rebuilt my system, however, I had some problems with my Crucial memory cards (2 512MB DDR sticks). The first time i booted, I got BIOS beeps indicating momory problems. After tinkering around with each card in each socket, I was able to determine that only one socket out of four was detecting memory at all. Not only that, but the socket that was detecting memory (it detected each card when i tried each) only detects 64MB of RAM, when it sould be detecting 512MB per stick, or thereabouts. I have a seperate videocard, so there is no onboard video RAM drainage, either. Is this another motherboard problem, or a memory problem? Thanks in advance for your help!