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Dear singer. it seems like your RAM is not working properly. You need to change its slot to an empty one. Hopefully you will not have this problem any longer. Don't forget to place rating to this solution.
No to the cpu you selected. Board would not support that cpu. The RAM you selected would probably work but for how long I couldn't say. With prices pretty low right now it would probably be better to purchase a new motherboard, cpu, & RAM. Hope this helps.
Check the following: The fsb are the same, if this differs it could couse instability. ( do not use 266 ram with 333 ram and 333 with 400 , or any other mixture of thease). try this: pull out the rams and put back the first to the second's socket and the second to the first's socket.
Your Laptop is using DDR2 Memory, just find your nearest retailer that sells memory and go buy you a chip, ur laptop ships with 1024mb of ram as standard, if you want to get a decent boost pretty cheap then i would just buy another 1gig chip and put it in beside the one already there.
Not sure what your system maxes out at but the average is 4gig of ram so you could try a couple of 2 gig chips if you feel you need that much ram