Turned out to be a bad Mother Board. Your name or email address: So any way I did the same thing took out the memory module and put it into a different slot. Not sure what else to do. Posted on Mar 02, Be the first to answer. Yes, my password is:
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Ohh by the way I get nothing on the screen at all during the boot and the little light for the hard drive at the front is constantly on. Well as soon as I take it out insert it again I usually get a second code. One of the memory sticks could be faulty. Steven Wander Level 3 Expert Answers. Answered on Dec 26, Answered on Mar 07, Answered on Mar 06, I’m not sure what the specs on the processor are do to my inability to get to 8ra bios screen on boot up.
I 8rra the website by typing in the motherboard number into Yahoo but google or bing would probably work as well. Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by forevericeDec 8, You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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Is it possible that the MB is fried or a memory module is damaged? Unfortunately I don’t have other memory sticks to swap out except the 8gda that I already have.
Posted on Jan 24, Be the first to answer. Popular Tags realtek audio When I booted it up again it gave me the C1 code again. Answered on Sep 01, Turned out to be a bad Mother Board.
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I was also thinking that the memory might be overclocked and I’m not sure how to fix that. I have a friends computer at my house and I’m currently trying to get it up and running. The post code that I keep getting is the C1 code which has to do with the memory modules.
The motherboard read out seems to go back to C1 every time.
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