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Memory Upgrade causing reboots

Recently purchased Kingston 1G KVR333X64C25 mem for 7vm400M-rz gigabyte system.

When installed the system goes into reboot mode.

I have set DRAM from "by SPD" to 333, and have removed bios battery for an hour, and reset settings.

Any ideas ?

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  • cajast Oct 04, 2008

    256K 266 DDR works fine.

    Replacing with 1G 333 DDR only.

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Have you tried to start the computer back up without the new RAM module in?

If it doesn't get stuck in that reboot loop, you either have the wrong RAM or a faulty RAM module.

If it does start up but still reboot , then you can start narrowing the issue down to the motherboard.

You should be able to send it right back and pick up the right one. If you give me the MOBO's make and model I can also tell you what type of RAM you should be running.

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