How to repare a dead edo ram module

Discussion in 'IBM' started by Arifi Koseoglu, Jul 28, 2003.

  1. Hi,

    One of the 64Meg EDO modules on my beloved Asus P55-T2P4 died on me

    I am afraid one of the chips or other circuits probably passed away.

    Is there a way to locate which one is dead and how?

    64 Meg EDOs cannot be found here (Turkey) any more, and I simply love
    the T2P4 and my good old superpc. The death of this module reduced my
    RAM amount to 128 (was 256, but modules have to be installed in pairs)
    - which is quite unsufficient to run W2K server.

    Arifi Koseoglu, Jul 28, 2003
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  2. Arifi Koseoglu

    calypso Guest

    Hmmmmm... Try to clean it with earstick... Look for dusty trails and wipe
    dust out... Also, try to blow dust out... Etc... Resolder each memory chip
    (I did on one module, and it was running again)... :)
    You can only locate which module is dead, but no way you can locaet which
    chip have got problems...
    Huh... Nice machine, pity that 64MB module passed away... :( Have you tried
    to locate some second-hand 64MB modules? Could be expensive, but worth a
    try... Some newsgroup that is into selling and buying on Turkish servers?

    "Suncokretovs li pekaru gledu ?" upita balijao prolijece crnkinjau slusu.
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    Damir Lukic,
    a member of hr.comp.hardver FAQ-team
    calypso, Jul 28, 2003
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  3. Arifi Koseoglu

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    Does the module support parity checking? If so, disable parity
    checking in the BIOS setup and hope that the parity RAM is the

    - Franc Zabkar
    Franc Zabkar, Aug 6, 2003
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