Your computer has memory problems. First check video. If video is working, you'll see an error message. If not, you have a parity error in your first 64K of memory. First check your RAM's. Reseat them and reboot. If this doesn't do it, the memory chips may be bad. You can try switching the first and second banks memory chips. First banks are the memory banks that your CPU finds its first 64K of base memory in. You'll need to consult your manual to see which bank is first. If all your memory tests good, you probably need to buy another motherboard.
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Originally Posted by luke127
Hope it does lol cause I got nothing left in my brain that could get anywhere near solving this. *sigh* Will research about the issue and come back later
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
That ram right there, if the mobo does not like it, I recommend you give it something better and at a lower speed Like I told 35g700 last night.
If it had to be anything else I would start off with mushkin or normal DDR3 kingston ram.
Not all AM3 motherboards like handling what intel does at times. >_>