Question about Intel Motherboard
The only time I've seen this error in the past, it turned out to be a memory error. Try replacing the Ram with new DIMM modules. If possible borrow some from a friend or another PC that you own to test this theory before spending money on it.
In the other case the person had One DIMM and two slots. When he put a DIMM in the the 2nd slot it resolved his problem.
My guess is that the Board is setup to use memory in dual channel mode only and develops a chcksum error if the memory slots are not filled in pairs. It is also advisable to fill them with Matched pairs (Meaning that they are from the same manufacturer, have the same timings, and if possible are from the same lot)
Hope this helps you
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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