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775i65G does not work when two 1GB DDR400 are installed.

I have a 775i65G board with a Pentium D 2.80GHz as a processor. I have recently upgraded the memory modules from 256 MB to two new and identical 1GB DDR400 Kingston Memory module and it crashes and gives a BSOD 0x0000008E. The memory cards are working fine since it was tested with different slots and it does not crash. I have formatted the computer already and it still crashes. Sometimes the error is 0x00000050. If I try to connect the old memory, 256MB DDR400, with one of the 1GB DDR400 module, it works fine. Issue occurs when the two Kingston Modules are installed.

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I would venture to say one of the memory modules you have is bad..

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Support for the Intel Pentium 4 processors featuring Hyper-Threading Technology and 800-MHz system bus in the mPGA478-pin package. Also supports the Intel Pentium 4 processors (1.60a, 1.80a, 2a, 2.20 GHz or higher) with 533-MHz or 400-MHz system bus in the mPGA478 package.

Intel 865G Chipset featuring Intel Extreme Graphics 2 using Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT). Low-cost, high-performance graphics solution.

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