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Windows 7: Creepy BIOS Problem with Missing ram settings!

13 Mar 2012   #1

Windows 7 X64 Ultimate
Creepy BIOS Problem with Missing ram settings!

Hi, ive been wondering for a while. why i dont have memory settings on my bios. while trying to use memset, i cam across this screenshots.. nothing comes up on the 2nd dim with memset. i used SIW and the serial numbers are pretty odd. there's also a warning with SIW "warning wrong bios value" i tried burning an OEM bios from alienware.. nothing changed so i came here. ive been googling for 5 hours so i hope you guys understand, should i do a cmos battery reset?

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13 Mar 2012   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Seems the images are too small, really. Maybe my eyes are going, heh, or my brain. Or maybe I spilled pudding on my eyes and they are now tainted. . . forever. . .

Are you trying to change the clock speed or timings on your RAM? What RAM do you have? How many RAM modules do you have installed (I'll assume two)? What motherboard do you have? In what locations are they installed on the board? You could fill out you system specs for us, sometimes it helps.
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