The system will no longer boot with the memory that was in it before. Its a Gigabyte GAZ77 wifi. I had 16gb Kingston Memory, built in video, everything worked fine. I added a Quardo K1200 and the system wouldn't boot at all. I removed the K1200 and the system still wouldn't boot. So I tried resetting the CMOS. Still wouldn't boot. Tried everything. Tried another CPU, still wouldn't boot. Eventually tried a different stick of kingston memory, just lower speed, and the system booted fine. System will also not boot with any combination of the old memory and new memory in any combination of slots. Tried another default values reset today, still will not boot whatsoever with the old memory. Not even with the built in graphics card. No combination of the old memory either, neither stick in either slot. What could possibly be happening here? I've been using computers for 30 years and I cannot for the life of me figure this out. Did the memory get fried?