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SubjectRe: Hardware Problem - Asus A8N-VM CSM


Marc Perkel wrote:
> OK - this is a little off topic so I'll apologize and thank you for
> your help in advance.
>
> I have 4 Linux servers using the Asus A8N-VM CSM motherboard. They all
> have the latest 1001 bios. The all have 4 gigs of ram, and they all
> have dual core athlons.
>
> The problem. 2 out of the 4 sees all 4 gigs of ram. The other 2 see
> only 2.8 gigs of ram. And it's hardware related because in the bios
> setup the ones that show 2.8 show it in the bios.
>
> The motherboards were not prchased at the same time. All have
> different brands of ram. And the processors are different. The 2 that
> don't see all the ram are the newest ones.
>
> I tried swapping ram between one that saw 2.8 gigs and one that saw 4
> gigs and the problem stays with the motherboard. I haven't yet swapped
> out the processors.
>
> So - I'm a little stumped. Can someone point me in the right direction?
>

Answering my own question perhaps. Could it be related to whether or not
the processor is a "revision e" chip?

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