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My abit kt7araid motherboard is shutting down for no reason. I recently installed two memory cards( ultra 512mb pc 133mhz.) I have an Anthon processor socket A.

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Was it shutting down before you installed those memory cards? If not, you need to take the cards out. Not all memory cards work in all motherboards. Sometimes they seem to work okay and cause seemingly random problems. Try some different cards.

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Test the memory, maybe a bad stick if this has just started happening
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