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  1. I printed thate page off and entered those settings... and it gave me a BSOD on boot. I'll try disabling the CPC, but I bet it won't work. Sniff...
  2. Well, I ran memtest on both sticks seperately and they bought up no problems... I'll tinker with the BIOS soon.
  3. I did flash the BIOS, to 3/10, and I ran SP2004's RAM stress test, but it came up with an error after 2 hours 7 minutes: - Self-test 384K passed! Test 1, 13000 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M6225921 using 320K FFT length. Test 2, 13000 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M6225919 using 320K FFT length. FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4 Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file. Torture Test ran 2 hours, 7 minutes 24 seconds - 1 errors, 0 warnings. Execution halted. - And what is TCCD? Yeah, acording to CPU-z, the timings are right. Well, 3-3-3-8 on 200MHz. It's the first RAM I've had in the system - I j8ust built it a few weeks ago. And I'm pretty certain it's not a driver issue. I've installed and uninstalled practically every driver, and the problem is stil there. And I've uninstalled and reinstalled Windows. Plus, the PC works fine when one stick is in. What's CPC? Hmm, considering I know next-to-nothing about PCs, I probably shouldn't have built my own :eek2:
  4. I guess it's similar to this problem. I have two Crucial 512 DDR400 PC3200 RAM sticks, which won't run in dual channel mode (2&4). Each stick works fine on it's own, though - I've got one of them running now. No crashes, nothing. Although I haven't run a seperate memtest on each (but they both run Prime for a long time okay). When I put both sticks in the system is very unstable - I get BSODs with 'non-paged' errors, etc. Shall I update my BIOS? I know it's quite old, so that may be the problem. And shall I get a beefier PSU? Thanks for any help.
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