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the only way my board will see the 32 gig is if I put them in A1 and A2, if I put them in A2 and B2 the PC won't post it just keeps cycling. If I put in the other 32gig same thing happens, will not post. As stated if I remove the current 32gig and put the other 32gig in A1 and A2 then board posts. The board shows the correct amount and type of ram installed no matter which 2 of the 4 sticks I use so I know the ram is all good. Thanks for the response.
 

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Memory in just A1 and A2 will be half speed I'm pretty sure as it's not interleaved.

Just showing the memory is one thing, but did you run a full memory test? If not, I'd try something like MemTest86 and do a couple of passes on the memory.
 

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I have Googled and reread my Manual and can not find the code displayed, shown when I have ram in slots B2 & A2. the code displayed is 3A. Can anyone tell me what the code is.

I am not sure I phrased my issue right, I want to put the full 64gig ram in my motherboard but it will not boot if all 64gig is installed. It just starts cycling codes over and over.
 
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