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Ram memory With both ram memory chips, the secondary one overheats and causes the system to reboot. I replaced both with new chips and same thing occurs. I am now running a single chip of 1gb without problem but there must be an answer for why it doesn't work with 2 chips in place.

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Okay, I have a stupid question, the more powerful the chip the hotter it runs. It could be the second slot will not work with a 1 gig because of heat issues and ventilation?

I have the same problem, with 2 one gig chips. I am going to try to replace the easy access slot with a 1/2 gig chip. I'll let you know.

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