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I have Intel 915GAV Mother oard. I purchased 2 GB RAM 2GB PC3200 KIT 2X1GB PC3200 DDR 400MHZ. In the BIOS the memory is getting displayed correctly. But after the system is getting booted their is no Display. The system does not respond and the Num Lock light goes off. But when I remove the RAM replace with my old 256 MB RAM sysem works fine. Please provide me the solution for it. Thanks, Phani Hemanth

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Ur mem card got problem! Ur doing it right w/ those testing the memory! Try to lower ur mem card to 1gb! Taaah!

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