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Ram System was working fine until I installed x2 512 elpida sticks of ram. Post picks up ram fine but after that does not continue to windows. System works fine if I take one stick out??????

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  • sikness Jan 21, 2008

    the ram is ddr400 how do i change the speed????

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Is ram set at 333 speed mhz not ddr 400

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