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Windows xp crashes frequently after inserting new RAM.

MotherBoard-D101GGC, new RAM installed is transcend 1gb 400Mhz. initially was kept alongwith 256Mb dynet ram which was initially on the PC now two rams of same frequency create a problem or whether the new Ram itself is a problem dont understand.

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    Peter Steiert May 11, 2010

    The new RAM, is it SDRAM, DDR, DDR2, or DDR3? The old ram, is it SDRAM, DDR, DDR2, or DDR3? Most likely you have an incompatibility issue or dual-channel issue. If so, one of the two sticks will have to go.

    As a test, try removing the old RAM and see if the computer will run fine with the one stick. If so, we know it was an incompatibility issue and not an issue with your new stick of RAM.


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Try to use one ram at a time if the 1gb ram does not gve any error thn the 256 mb ram is the culprit and if the opposite happens than 1 gb is culprit yur ram slot also may ve got damaged somehow if the ram is culprit and ti is under warranty get it replced with the same memory clock one

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