Ya fue phoenix, tirala y comprate una armada, si total sos rico.
Y de ponerlas, entran perfecto, se clava el poroguito ese que la sujeta, hace clack y TODO. Entra hermoso, mejor que mi antigua PC que la metia mas a los bifes. Y nada, sigue el LED rojo encendido. Que paja por Dios.
Entrando al foro , veo que este tiene el mismo problema que yo con la misma mother:
Hello everyone, I recently started building a new system and I have been having terrible problems with the Dram Led light. Originally when I purchased all the parts I accidentally bought Corsair Dominater GT 8gb(2x4 sticks) which was apparently incompatible with my motherboard, the P8Z77-V and I kept getting the Dram LED light on start-up. After RMAing the ram for different ram that's compatible, more specifically Corsair Vengeance 8gb(2x4 sticks) the problem unfortunately remains.
Basically upon start-up I receive no POST nor video so I can't get into the bios. As soon as I turn it on the Dram LED light shines red, also about after a minute that computer randomly just shuts off. This lead me to believe the power supply might be at fault so I tried hooking up my other power supply from my old computer and same symptoms.
I've been reading up on the issue and have found several people with similar ram problems but nothing about the shut-down issue.
So far i've tried resetting the cmos through moving the jumper cap to position 2-3, then back to 1-2. I've tried every possible combination of reseating the ram, along with doing the on-board memtest feature that comes with my board. I also tried taking out the battery for 30mins and I've even tried reseating the cpu and cooling system. With no luck so far this all leads me to believe that I have either a bad board or a corrupted bios. I was going to try downloading a bios to a flash drive and trying to load it onto the board through that but is there any other ideas you guys might have as to what I could do?
Thank you in advance, i'll leave my system specs down below;
Última edición por Ph0eNiX-CH : 14-12-12 el 10:37 PM
Tu propio mother te lo está diciendo: hay un problema con las memorias. ¿Qué memorias son?
Si, habría que revisar esos sócalos. De todas maneras también puede ser un problema del microcontrolador del North Bridge. Deberías hacerlo ver por un electrónico. Hay gente con suficiente habilidad para cambiar un socket DIMM, o para diagnosticar qué está fallando en el mother.
Se, y eso que me apoye el codo sobre la mesa para que no parkinsee tanto.