Why dont my computer start up correctly ?


I have a computer that was made by a friend, and the motherboard is a K7 Triton 400 series 7VAXP Ultra by Gigaby technology. It is a dual bios system. The cpu is a AMD athlon 2000+. However, when i go into the system and check the system properties, it only states that i have 1.26 ghz of memory, it should be above 1.6. I think the problem may be that i have to change the system to pc133, but im not sure how to do it. When i tried to change the cp host clock control, it only let me go up to 132 and when i do change it, the computer does not start up correctly. I know the chip is the actual amd 2000, how do i make it so that the computer will recognize for what it is?, i dont think it is clocking it correctly.


This question was answered on March 18, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Well it seems to me that you need to add more memory to the motherboard

so when u purchase a Ram chip make sure it is compatible and when placed in the motherboard make sure u put the new on in the first slot.

your computer is not starting up correctly because it does not have sufficient memory to boot up.

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Posted by erik of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on March 18, 2003