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Random freezes XP 2x256 Ultra RAM. Added 2nd stick of RAM yesterday. Was just slow but now locks up for no apparent reason on a random basis. The RAM would not work at all with one stick in the DDR3 slot per the manual. Works good and is fast installed that way except now have the lock up prob since adding the other stick of 256K RAM. Also having some problems with applications not responding or just quitting in the middle of what I'm doing. ???? Get the blue screen suddenly and have to reboot as well. Boots right back up and works fine unitl the next lock up or blue screen appears. All seems to be increasing in frequency.

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  • W4833 Jan 01, 2008

    Thanks a bunch. I'll give those a try. I was thinking about adding another gig of RAM but want to make sure there's no problem lurking out there that would annul the effect before I do.

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Blue screen means you have problem with your windows software or memory if you don't fix this soon it will not work any more until you reload the windows check your memory cards for good attachment

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