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Ddr2 ignored my motherboard supports DDR 400 and DDR2 533... have 2 slots each. I used a DDR1 256MB pc400 ram. I bought two DDR2 512MB pc 533 and installed in my pc (of course I removed my DDR1 256Mb pc400 ram). My problem is that, after after a minute or two, my computer hangs. I wonder why because my motherbaord supports DDR2 533. What shall i do to fix it? I want my DDR2 to be used in my pc.

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What mobo you,re using.go to update ur bios,if can,t try install 1 stick only.

Posted on May 08, 2008

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The size of the ram is not enough, try increase the size of the ram.

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