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Have you tried replacing the memory modules? Memory incompatability or a bad simm, will create the symptoms, you describe. Also, restore the BIOS settings to "fail-safe," if possible. Often the "Default settings," are not as "tolerant," as fail-safe. I had a similar issue with ASUS and LanParty motherboards. It was a bad SIMM.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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