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P4vmm2 wont boot up

Hi, i hope you can help me with my problem...after reformatting and installing a fresh copy of windows xp...my pc has a 96 (pc333) mb ram and i added a new one which is 128 mb dd ram pc400..i accidentally disabled a setting in my BIOS which i think is the VGA share mem.size...and after that..my pc wont boot up..i keep on hearing beeps..what should i do?? i'll appreciate any help..thanks..

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The 333 and 400 are the speed of ram. don't mix them therefore. One is running faster than the other, so they won't work. They will work only in the beginning if you're lucky. But they shouldn't be mixed.
The result of mixing two different ram results in the motherboard failure.

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    the 333 and 400 are the speed of ram. don't mix them therefore. One is
    running faster than the other, so they won't work. They will work only
    in the beginning if you're lucky. But they shouldn't be mixed.
    The result of mixing two different ram results in the motherboard failure.

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