Updating bios insufficient memory backstamp dating johnson brothers
If you can boot with your old RAM, update the BIOS firmware then try the new RAM again. Try placing one stick at a time in and powering up.It sounds like you have a memory problem (a stick may be bad).Would not hurt to remove any hardware that is not required to boot.If you had video, I would suggest updating BIOS firmware.As with all hardware issues, reset your BIOS first to see if that fixes your problem.Take the RAM out and clean the connectors on both the chip and motherboard, look for any debris where the RAM seats. Static shock when installing, a surge, natural causes, lot of possibilities.If you have a Shuttle Mini-PC with an external power button connection, this can be used for a cold start.
After the plug is pulled, hit the power button to discharge capacitors.
In a nutshell, it forms a layer of communication between the hardware and the operating system.
Thus needless to say the BIOS is very crucial when it comes to the functionality of your Windows 10/8/7 computer.
If nothing mentioned worked, then I would put the blame on the motherboard.
If your old RAM works and the new RAM does not, the new RAM is either dead or is not supported by your computer.