new msi motherboard

IAM havinf a problem with the locations of memory below, n ° 3 is dead, and only the module DIMM I slot shows all memory but I have 6 GB installed, I recently bought a new mother msi A55M-P33 aboard and wonder if I can install in my case, I have a Hp Pavillion Elite model # f9636f and have an AMD 9750 Quad core provessoe and Ati Radeon n 6570 Gpu can you help me?

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Ok. Well, the mounting holes will likely confrontation because they tend to be the norm, but the problem, you can run where would be the range of ports. Each motherboard may have different ports or place them in a different spot on the motherboard.

Here are the specifications of the motherboard of your PC:

http://support.HP.com/us-en/document/c01635688

I do not think that HP provided the other card mother you mentioned (MSI A55M) I could not find it on our site. But I googled this motherboard and I think it is the manual for it:

http://MSI.manualnguide.com/manual-MSI-A55M-P33

You will need to compare the presentation of the motherboard of your PC with the provision of the a55m. If all ports are the same and line up in the same place, you should be able to switch boards. But if a port is not aligned, it may not work.

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