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Crash with ram

First, i have ram ddr 512 slot in mainboard..it is fine..
and then, i bought 512 ram again..it's be 2x512 ram...but it is crash...
I use motherboard k8m800-m2 elite..
amd sempron 2500+..
windows xp pro..
please answer my question..
thank you..

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You need to remove that the new ram
too much for the system
then restart

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