Apr 25, 2021
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Recently I noticed that my System Information was only displaying 8GB of RAM as opposed to the 16GB of RAM I had installed. I'm sure it displayed 16GB of RAM when I initially built my computer. I have an AORUS Gaming 7 Z370. I've tried upgrading BIOS to no avail, and I've also tried swapping the sticks around (and now the computer only seems to boot only in certain configurations). The BIOS does seem to be detecting two sticks of RAM, but it displays one DIMM_2 as 64 and DIMM_4 as 8192, but I have no clue what these numbers mean. I am running Windows 10 Home x64 and the motherboard is an AORUS Gaming 7 Z370. Memory in question is 2 x 8GB G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz RAM. Thank you.
 
Apr 26, 2021
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Try booting with each stick separately, if 1 doesnt boot, it could be faulty, also you can run memtest or windows memory diagnostics to scan them.
 

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