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2 much memory?

I have windows 64bit ultima on an Asus striker II Formula motherboard

2 gigs of OCZ SLI 800mhz PC2 6400 memory runs fine

i have 4-2 gig sticks

If i put in more than one stick, i get blue screen of death

any suggestions?

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    Douglas Erikson Jul 13, 2008

    ya Antisaint, my board can handle that much memory, and so can the 64 bit O/S.



    I have run the memory tests, the memtest 86 already, and the memory is fine.



    If i stick in 2 sticks, any 2 sticks, there is blue screen of death.



    can you think of possibility why?



    please help



    spin



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First make sure your motherboard can handle the size memory stick you are attempting to install, find out the Max amount of RAM the board can handle per slot. If you are within the range then do a memory test after it is installed to see if the memory is good or has issues. Check out http://www.memtest86.com/ for a bootable memory test program.

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