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02-Jul-2012, 09:23 AM #16
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On page 2-5 of my motherboard manual, it says "A DDR3 module is notched differently from a DDR or DDR2 module. DO NOT install a DDR or DDR2 memory module to the DDR3 slot". For real. So I'm all kinds of confused now...
Here is the memory site for that motherboard. As you can see, only DDR2 modules are listed.

The support site that I previously linked you to for that motherboard shows that it supports DDR2 modules. There's no mention of DDR3 modules.

Use the link in post #6 to allow the Crucial System Scanner to load and run. After it's done and it displays a report, copy-and-paste the link to that report here so we can view it.

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