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Memory upgrade I just installed 2 gb of PC-3200 (400MHz) memory...the computer recognizes the memory boots up into windows xp, presents system errors of software that can not boot up and then the blue screen of death pops up...i can't figure out what i'm doing wrong...are my jumpers set up incorrectly, are their bios changes i make in the set up module...Please Help...

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You may have faulty memory, go a run memtest86 and see if you end up with any errors. Here is the link.

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