Question about Asrock M266A Motherboard
Looks like u overdosed it ur mobo can spport up tp 2gb at max but u siad each had a gig on them so thts 4 gigs total
also ur mobo supports a max of 1gig on each memory slot so u cant buy a 2gig stick and put it in a slot
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
From your description is sounds like the new Memory is either faulty, or not compatible with your sytem, this explains the error messages and blue screens.
What i would suggest is to download a free program called 'memtest' that you can burn to cd and let your computer load it up before it loads Windows, this will check the memory for any errors and verify that indeed the memory is faulty.
You can find memtest here
Please try this and let us know what happens. If you only purchased the memory then you can get it replaced for free.
Hope this helps.
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