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I'm upgrade memory in a ECS P4-M935DLU, with SiS650GX from 256MB memory to 2GB memory. Computer see's the new 2GB memory when I boot up, but in a short time the computer re-boots. It keeps re-booting. Do I need to clear the CMOS and re-boot?

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You don't say what you mean by "a short time."
have you gone into the CMOS setup to see if the settings are good?
Does Windows actually start? If not, put a Windows system disk in and boot from it and do a scandisk from it.
Did you leave the old memory in? If so, remove it an just use the new memory.
You can also check to see what is going on by placing the old memory back in and see if it works. If it does, go into control panel, admin tools, and event log. Check to see what might have been recorded there to get an idea why it's cycling.

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