2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 10, 2012 10:27 AM by Gautamster RSS

DG41WV problem

nbarreiros Community Member
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I've got a system With the following caracteristics:

Corsair 500W

Kingston 30Gb SSD

Kingston 1Gb DDR3

Intel DG41WV

Intel E7500

Windows 7 32bit

 

The problem is when i press the button start in Windows the machine sometines restarts. I've tried unsuccefully updating the BIOS.

 

Notes: I've installed 2 systems and the 2 do the same thing.

  • 1. Re: DG41WV problem
    Salem_Intel Community Member
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    Hi,

    Having two systems set up the same way exhibiting the problem in question is not usual.  If just by clicking on the "Start" button in Windows, the system restarts, and does this randomly, and updating the BIOS has not helped, I'd next suggest the following:

     

    1. Just to be sure, see to it that Device Manager reports no conflicts.

     

    2. If there are no problems shown by Device Manager, then, check that you initially followed the Critical Driver Installation order, with the most current drivers, as outlined here:

     

    http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-031603.htm

     

    If the problem continues, please, indicate the Altered Assembly Number (AA #) of your particular board.

  • 2. Re: DG41WV problem
    Gautamster Community Member
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    Hello everyone, please help me. I am using an intel dg41 wv motherboard and 2gb ddr3 1333 mhz dimm ram but on installing windows 7, after completing installation, at the final restart of installation computer does not show any desktop & get stucked on pres any key boot from cd or dvd......and if we restart at this position, mobo give 3 continuous beeps with a pause and continues until the power is off. But one thing is as per the intel dg41wv official page :-

    System memory features

    The board has two DIMM sockets and supports the following memory features:

     

    Two 240-pin DDR3 SDRAM Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM) sockets

    Support for DDR3 1066 MHz or DDR3 800 MHz DIMMs

    Support for up to 4 GB total system memory

    Single or dual channel operation

    Memory voltage: 1.35V to 1.65V

    But the box in which this mobo came says that it supports DDR3 1066/800/1333 MHz.

    and i am using DDR3 RAM 1333 MHz DIMM.

    I know this beep is memory fault but where is the problem. Is this mobo support only 1066/800 ram. Any solution?

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