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System booth i bought a new DDR 400 ,512 Mb ram and install it on my pc, when i turned on the my pc, the booth screen bios ok, then when windows is loading up on the screen, it stops and black screen shows on the monitor. It did not load the main windows for my OS..when i restart my pc, I load it on the safe mode, then the pc starts and did not show the black screen..I encounter this problem many times, sometimes my pc booth normally but sometyms not.My motherboard is ECS 755- A2..Is there a problem wid my board..i install the new memory at my frends PC  and it starts normally.

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The ram memory might not be compatible from your motherboard, you should have find it on the list of your motherboard manual. the manual have the list of memory cards' qualified brand. likewise, try to install this to ther slot if the problem still occurs then you may return to your vendor and inform them about the specs and kind of your motherboard and the problem you are encountering so that they will give you the right memory card to use. you can also ugrade your bios thru the internet so that you don't need to return this item.

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