Guys, I need your help
I have 1Gb of RAM from my old PC which I no longer use, and thought I will help my buddy who has 512Mb on his old PC, by offering to install it, but the computer does not boot now. Tried changing to an old ram, but it doesn't start on old ram either. Is it possible I screwed up something with motherboard, or voltages by installing new ram?
The computer is Intel Celeron 2.4Ghz, 400Mhz FSB, with an old motherboard with integrated graphics (CPU-Z names as I865GV). The previous RAM was DDR SDRAM 400Mhz, 184pins. The new RAM is this: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145440
In appearance and specs, both rams look same type - 184pins, 2.5V, DDR SDRAM. I was worried the old RAM could be SDRAM, due to ambigious Passmark designation, but SDRAM is 168pins, so this option is pretty much out. The only visual difference is that new ram has modules on both sides of the module, while the old was one sided.
Phoenix BIOS POST gives me the same constant beep-beep-beep-beep, with alternating frequencies between two. Would it help to update the BIOS? What else could I do?
Attached are the specs: