Why can not turn on PC after adding RAM?

Hi friends. It happened this way today, after upgrade of my PC new strip of RAM at 8 GB, the computer ceased to understand that is when you press the power button everything starts up (coolers, hard disk drive, all the lights are on) but the screen is dark and the computer did not ship. Thought not themselves compatible RAM, but there's a caveat, when you insert the strap I cleaned the PC and changed the thermal paste and before I push it back, it's hooked up to check that whether the strap and the computer was loaded and worked fine - 1 time. Aida showed 16 GB. But after all stuck in the housing and turned, the computer ceased to boot. When one pulls the bar, it starts to boot and work. Just tried to run the computer on one plate, then insert the other when it is enabled, then restart, and then also the RAM works and all programs show my 16 gigabytes, but once off, then again it is not loaded. What could be the problem? If the RAM was not compatible, they probably would not have worked at all or am I mistaken?
March 19th 20 at 08:23
3 answers
March 19th 20 at 08:25
Options-
  • Crooked inserted, the contact is bad
  • In the BIOS settings wrong.
  • Strap broken.
  • Strap not podderjivaet Mat.Board.
  • Plank doesn't want to work together with another strap.
March 19th 20 at 08:27
When there was such a thing. It turned out that when you installed memory Board a little bend and koromila on the body
Dismantled put on the table (under the charge was folder paper) the problem has not disappeared, so hardly short Board - General_Wuns commented on March 19th 20 at 08:30
March 19th 20 at 08:29
To turn off the computer
Remove the first bar and insert new:
1) If the start bar burned down.
2) If I start a fire the second memory socket.
Anatoly, I wrote that the boards separately, each, runs fine in any of the slots - General_Wuns commented on March 19th 20 at 08:32
Well, then, if not one in the second socket, the socket came.. - Jeremy commented on March 19th 20 at 08:35
@Jeremy, how do you read? - Claud_Effertz commented on March 19th 20 at 08:38
@Claud_Effertzthat you have read? The comments I read, only a question. - Jeremy commented on March 19th 20 at 08:41
@Jeremy,
Anatoly, I wrote that the boards separately, each, runs fine in any of the slots

Well, then, if not one in the second socket, the socket came..
- Claud_Effertz commented on March 19th 20 at 08:44
@Claud_Effertz, the most simple is to check the memory on another motherboard?
Or take a couple of memory modules known to work and test on this Board?

Board compatible, there is a manufacturer whitelist? - Jeremy commented on March 19th 20 at 08:47
The dies are probably not the same, the BIOS tries to choose the memory parameters of the two different options and can't.
I recommend in the BIOS to set the memory settings manually (guaranteed to be compatible with both dies), if it was in the machine
or Vice versa to switch the machine if manually. - Estella_Russel25 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:50
@Estella_Russel25, I don't know now, but before, if a memory is for example a frequency of 800, the other 400, both worked at a frequency of 400.
I think the motherboard is not so dumb to not to.

Options until I see 2:
1) memory is not officially supported by the motherboard, although "start"
The author has not voiced not the memory, not the motherboard model.

2) the author of the question, connect memory "on hot", may be shown what was damaged.
The author need to check as I wrote above, on another motherboard, or another memory. - Jeremy commented on March 19th 20 at 08:53

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