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MEMORY UPGRADE FROM DDR 256Mb to DDR2 1GB hangs when Log on/Booting

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I have a problem with RAM MEMORY exactly DDR/DDR2
my motherboard is Foxconn P4M800P7MA-RS2 you know ya..
PROBLEM :
- i have installed 2 DDR 256Mb 400Mhz and the computer works normally every day
- and after i upgrade the memory to DDR2 1 GB (APACER 1GB UNB PC2-5300) the computer hangs/bluescreen every logon or booting...computer say :
STOP C0000221 Unknwon Hard Error
\SystemRoot\System32\ntdll.dll
after that computer restart suddenly

-any can help my problem ????
THANKKKKKKSS A LOTS for anyone give me resolve..

sorry for my bad english
..btw im Sumatranean Human
aswzen@bk.ru

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  • Zenislev Sep 28, 2008

    Thanks...before

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Its a memory problem obviously. Try dusting the memory slot and try inserting the memory into the slot a couple of times. If still not working, the memory may be incompatible(rarely, there are brands of boards that doesn't suit to certain brands of memory), or it may be damaged.

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