I do believe it is AMIBios. Over the last couple of years on two separate occasions I’ve used Crucial’s scanner to identify suitable memory upgrade sticks. On both occasions I opted for the latter, a 1. I allowed it to continue with the 2nd Pass beyond test 5 and again – no errors. Currently set at 2.
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I’ve tested each of the two modules in all three slots and no errors are reported. I’ve only recently discovered that I’m experiencing memory errors with both sticks installed but, separately installed in any of the three slots, the msj produce no errors.
Blue Tooth and 845PE fisr MSI 6704
Printed on the motherboard is MS Version 2. I’d like to know how to determine whether my board is still really only a Max 2 and whether therefore it is possible that these sticks are in fact too highly specified for my motherboard, which perhaps still really only supports up to PC?
Currently set at 2.
Hello Jack Happy to try msii voltage amd clock speed adjustments. I would ask you to confirm to me again that running with the DDR voltage set at 2.
MSI – MSI iPE, P4-(), ATX, DDR, FSB, RAID, LAN, USB2
I do believe it is AMIBios. All they do is access a database that is not necessarely correct or specific enough to really identify certain components. I am very much obliged to you for your help and interest. However, as I would be, Den is seeking reassurance that this will solve the problem before splashing out on the additional 1. Shall I attempt the voltage increase first, bearing in mind the warning? Any changes made to this setting may cause a stability issue, so changing the DDR voltage for long-term purpose is NOT recommended”.
As I said earlier, MSI are suggesting a version 3. It had for a long time seemed sluggish, but is now like a new PC!
Errors occurred again on the first Pass. I allowed it to continue with the 2nd Pass beyond test 5 and again – no errors. I await your advice mxi appreciate your interest.
Over the last couple of years on two separate occasions I’ve used Crucial’s scanner to identify suitable memory upgrade sticks. I then increased the voltage to 2. In your case, the confusion is easily resolved: If there is one thing you should never ever trust, then it is software utilities that are trying to tell you what mainboard you have. Currently set to Auto. On ksi occasions I opted for the latter, a 1. There was doubt at the time as to mai the attempted BIOS flash worked or not.
However, as soon as I install both modules, regardless of which slots they occupy, errors are reported to varying extents.
I first learnt of the errors when I recently tried to validate for the first time a partition copy I had produced using Acronis True Image software. I have done the testing with Memtest Please login or register.
MSI 845PE Max2-FIR, Socket 478, Intel (MS-6704-030) Motherboard
I have been concerned that the Crucial scanner has not done its job properly. Hello Jack That’s very reassuring. Is it possible that the earlier attempted BIOS flash did in fact work, i.
I will come back whether ,si have problems or not to let you know how it’s going.
I’ve used Acronis for a number of years now, but never before tried to validate the copy – don’t ask me why! However, there is msii thing that puzzles me a little bit: I am most obliged to you for your help in apparently solving this issue.
Would over specified sticks cause the memory errors I’m experiencing?