I ordered a RAM upragde using the Motherboard selector thing on crucial.com and found my motherboard a ASUS AN766-C (or something like that , it's a n-force board).
On the site it said I could have 2100 and 2700 types of DDR RAM.
I ordered 2700 without realising that the one in my Mobo was 2100.
I put the new RAM into the second RAM slot but the computer didn't reconise it.
So to test that the RAM does work I took the origanal RAM out and put the new RAM in the first slot.
The comptuer didn't start up.Well the moniter doesn't flick on but there is Hard Drive activity.
After taking that RAM out and putting the old RAM back in again, I have hit another problem. The moniter still wont flick on.
Do you think putting the 2700 RAM in the slot caused like a confliction between the board?
Before I went to Crucial and did the online configurater I thought the mobo could only take 2100 DDR RAM, but as Crucial said I could I thought what the hell and got it.
Also looking in the motherboard it has NO mention of 2700.
What can I do now?
As I currently have a computer that doesn't work!
Would I have to buy a new Motherboard?
All advice welcome.