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Memory upgrade causes system crash

PT800CE-A with P4 running XP Pro w/ SP2. Runs fine with one pqi MD441GUOE 1 gig. Crashes when I try to add another identical stick.

Any help is appreciated.

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  • XrayJ Mar 01, 2008

    Thank you Sergio.

    I went to the manufacturer's site and found the downloads on this page:http://www.ecsusa.com/ECSWebSite/Downloa...

    I don't know which one to download. Please make a suggestion. Thank you.

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Is this memory that you have put ddr-400? if so upgrade the bios,the motherboard that you have choose have a lot of problem.
Suerte.
Sergio

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