hey guys, I recently received a computer with an old Socket 939 Asus A8V Deluxe motherboard from a friend who said it isn't working. He had it off the night before, and turned it on yesterday and the fans spun, the HDD & optical drives initialized but nothing shows on the display, and the PC doesn't beep either. He originally had 2 512 sticks of ram and 1 256 meg stick in the machine but he he went to replace them with 3 1 gigabyte sticks, found out they weren't compatible when he went to turn the PC on, and put the original sticks back in...but now the system won't post and nothing is displayed on the screen. I'm a relative newbie when it comes to ram and stuff, but I have tested the ram, power supply and GPU in another PC I have lying around, and they work in that PC. I was wondering if there's a certain configuration to that board, because i noticed that two of it's ram slots are blue in color, the other two are black, in this order: CPU-blue-black-blue-black. are they color coded for their speed rating or something? would the ideal method be to plug the two 512 sticks into the blue slots, then the one 256 meg stick in a black one? Or can I just put them in whichever slot and try my working PC's psu? I'm a little bit stumped as to this, since again, the ram, psu, and GPU are working in another 939 socket PC of mine.\r\n\r\nThanks for your help!