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Restarting PC after installing 2G (2x1G) ram...my computer keep restarting whenever reaching certain period of time..what's the problem?

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    I want to install xp on winsonic w sp4m8- pro motherboard, but the computer is restarting during installation

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Your motherboard may be experiencing compatibility issues with that memory youve jst installed. it will work for some time but when it starts to become unstable, it will restart, you have yo adjust the memory timings for that memory in BIOS.

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If you just added another 1g to your ram and your trouble started, it could be the difference in memory operating speed. If both are new, either one of the memory module is defective.

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Hello

i think your your ram have different frequency.so restart system.
second check your power supply and earthing problem.check smps.scan your system with avast,quick heal,and symantec antivirus.my system also restart bcause of power cable pro.i think in your case most of the problem of ram or power supply

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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