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    Unhappy Powermac G5 boots but no picture on-screen
    Hi, I recently installed some RAM with the wrong speed. I kept the old RAM and added new ones to the empty slots. I start having problems so I take out the new ones and now it bongs but the display just says "Power Saving Mode"
    Thanks

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    Do know for sure, but the first thing that comes to mind, is how the memory is installed, as in pairs - one in slot one of bank a and one in slot one of bank b.

    Power Mac G5: Memory Specifications and Requirements
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    Quote Originally Posted by rman View Post
    Do know for sure, but the first thing that comes to mind, is how the memory is installed, as in pairs - one in slot one of bank a and one in slot one of bank b.

    Power Mac G5: Memory Specifications and Requirements
    Thank you rman, I already read that article you linked here and made sure that the ram stcks are installed in the proper way.

    i hope someone could help me.

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