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Hi there i have just purchased 2 x 2 gig memory for my pc the motherboard is a P5VD2-VM the processor is a duo pv 3.mhz running vista ultimate 32 bit when i put both memory sticks in my pc just continues to reboot itself i took out both peices and tried them individually my pc then boots up perfectly any ideas plkease Regards dave

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Your motherboard doesnot offer dual channel memory architechture and 2x2GB memory is taken in sigle channel mode. Apart from that 32bit Operating Systems don't recognise memory over 3 Gb. So you have the following options...
1. Attach only one 2GB
2. Attach 2GB + 1GB
3. Move up to a 64bit OS with your current 2x2GB memory modules.
Please collect memory module of the same frequency if you consider option 2.

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