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I installed the RAM that the manual required but the system becomes unstable. Some times I get a blue screen before windows comes up and some times after. My motherboard is a P4P800SE. When I put a 1GB stick of the same type from my other computer in, it works fine.

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Hi.

Download a program called MemTest from here
You can get it as a bootable CD ISO or diskette.
Run it and it will tell you if you have a faulty stivk of ram

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