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New ram makes my pc freeze

I have a biostar geforce 6100-M9

I have a Supertalent 512mb ddr400 pc 3200 stick and a 1gb ST ddr400 pc3200. When i try to install another 512mb and boot it freezes:(

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The manual doesn't show a combination of 3 sticks of memory. Only 1,2, or 4 sticks. Something to do with early CPU revisions.
DIMMA1 or 2 can be used individually or together, but both DIMMB1 and 2 must be filled if more than 2 sticks of mem are installed. The memory doesn't have to be the same in all 4 slots. However, what's not stated in the manual, is that if you want to enable the Dual Channel support the #1 sockets of both channels must be the same and likewise the #2 sockets. (not the sockets right next to each other) I don't know if Dual Channel can be run on one set and not the other. A free program called CPUz from CPUID .com will tell you if dual channel is enabled and everthing else you never knew about your computer. Go for (2) 1gb and (2) 512mb of the fastest you can afford. This puts you at the limit for 32bit systems.

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Many motherboards when booting from dual sockets wish for ram either of same manufactuer or same capacity per stick

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