If the system is unable to boot, first thing you may want to do is:
- Make sure the memory is fully compatible with your processor: http://ark.intel.com/. At the previous site you will be able to see what memory speeds are supported by the processor’s memory controller. Voltage should be 1.5V (applies for all processor with a memory controller on them).
- Test power supply. Make sure it has enough power for the entire system configuration. Confirm it is providing the proper voltages and power to the system.
- Test the system out of the chassis on a non-conductive surface. This will discard grounding conflicts.
- Try booting up without memory installed, looking for 3 beeps as an indication of missing memory.
- If the system does not beep, please proceed to:
*Clear CMOS. Instructions can be found here: http://www.intel.com/cd/channel/reseller/emea/eng/membership/411560.htm
*BIOS Recovery using the latest BIOS version available. Instructions can be found at: http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-023360.htm
- If the system does beep without memory, please test one memory stick at a time on each of the slots. Then start adding one memory module at a time, testing every possible memory configuration/
If this is still not addressing your issue, please clear CMOS and try the BIOS Recovery.
If none of these help, feel free to contact the Intel® Technical Department for further assistance. Contact phone numbers can be found at: http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/contact/phone
If your processor contains Intel® HD Graphics, please test always without the graphics card. If the issue is presented only when having the graphics card installed, please test a different one for troubleshooting purposes.