So as that's the very latest BIOS version on the board, there's nothing else you can do with your current setup to eliminate the beeps apart from change the RAM for compatable modules (assuming you didn't flash the BIOS whilst using this RAM - if you did, having it flashed with compatible memory already installed, may make a difference - although my hunch is it won't). If it was flashed using this incompatible memory, I do NOT reccomend you try any further flashing until you upgrade the memory to compatible sticks. Motherboards often die completely through such behaviour so if this memory was in place at the time, you are very lucky to get away with it - trying a second time really would be pushing your luck!
I'm sure the memory will perform well in other boards - boards that are designed to take that memory type/spec. What has your memory supplier said about replacing the memory with compatible modules?
Ram is corsair 2GB 1333MHz. Ram is compatible according to Intel dg41 WV compatibility specifications.
No it's not - check again on the relevant Intel webpage dedicated to RAM for the DG41WV
I see no mention of 1333 MHz on that page, only slower speeds.
see the CML TESTED Memory List on the same page you referred me-
|Motherboard Alerts:||DG41WV has a max memory speed of 1066. It will run 1333Mhz memory at 1066MHz speed. Voltage: 1.35V to 1.65V|
As I responded in post 8 on this thread they are specific modules which have been tested / listed and are clearly not the same as those you already have - you've already mentioned yours are a different brand, and who knows how many other differences to spec your memory may have. If all 1333 MHz memory worked fine with this board, Intel would have added that speed on THEIR memory page but the fact it's not there shows there are issues with some (many?) such modules and this board. If you had the specific modules listed on that linked to page, that would be a different matter but you don't.
As far as moving forward, yes indeed you should go to the consumer store - to see what you can do about sourcing compatible memory, that's all it should take to eliminate this problem. At least ask the store to test compatible memory in the board and see how it behaves. Good luck with that.
the box in which this motherboard came clearly says that it supports dual channel ddr3 1333/1066/800 SD Ram Memory.
Well that's different to the page I referred you to earlier (which is Intels current memory page for this board - sometimes these things change over time). If you bought it believing your 1333 MHz memory would be fully compatible (and from what you're telling me, it seems the box advertised that speed was supported). in this case, if you take it back to your supplier and tell them your situation, see what they say. You should be able to get a soltion/refund because it doesn't sound to be as the box indicated! Of course there are lots of other specs apart from speed so maybe those differ (eg voltage).
What can supplier do
That'll depend what they find when you take your motherboard with box and memory along but as they're the ones who directly took your money in exchange for the motherboard, they're the people you need to see.for a resolution. Let us know what they say about it.
I had conversation with the supplier, same answer as i expected. we are not responsible and exactly how do they responsible, if the board is saying that it supports 1333mhz ram than the system binder can use that, simply, everyone will do that, how can he be responsible? He is absolutely right at his place. The problem is from intel department. In fact i rush to the consumer store with this motherboard and i told them the problem that "INTEL DG41wv beeps at start" they kept the motherboard and sent me some different motherboard through courier which still exactly have same problem (beeping problem) with cmos check sum error, the last motherboard was not showing that error. NO good response from intel consumer store also. Now..?? I don't know ??
Given 2 motherboards have now had this problem with your 1333 MHz speed memory, how do you know any of the other characteristics/specs of the memory you are using (not just the speed) aren't causing this incompatibility? You haven't mentioned whether all the other characteristics (apart from speed) are the same as what's officially recommended for the board and there are LOTS of things that could be different and cause problems, the ability to not operate at the correct speed is just one potential reason. Did the supplier say they'd check the board to ensure that it's not faulty (or even test it with their own memory to see if that gets it working fine) - If not, why not?
I don't know what laws are in place where you live but in many countries it's the suppliers responsibility to either fix problems under warranty with replacement or repair or if that can't be accomplished, to take back any faulty equipment and provide a refund. For any supplier to hold up their hands and say 'we are not responsible' is a simple case of attempting to pass the buck. They have your money and if they want to maintain good customer relations and have you shop with them again, they should be trying to help you (through the methods listed above).
You haven't yet gone down the path of trying different memory but instead prefer to go to the trouble of removing the whole motherboard and having it replaced under warranty - which has resulted in the 3 beeps on startup problem continuing. How can things be any clearer that there is a problem with the memory you are using? If you bought that memory from the same supplier as the motherboard (and specified at the time of purchase, you wanted it to run in that board) they should be looking after you, not claiming its not their responsibility. If it's carried over from another system then you could try and sell it second-hand or reuse it elsewhere and buy memory which IS to spec (going by the Intel website page I linked to earlier). It's hard to see what you're wanting here but it's not reasonable to expect Intel to make this model of motherboard work with all known 1333 MHz memory - there are just to many variables to consider.