instability problem in Processors, Motherboards and Memory Posted December 29, 2006 Hi, posted in your old thread - so thought I'd add a little more info here too. Well, your first issue is getting Memtest to run from the BIOS. If you aren't MemTest86+ stable - you shouldn't even be attempting to boot into the OS. All you will do is totally bollox your OS and need a reinstall... Try adding a little more juice to the CPU - maybe just adjusting the CPU Special VID to 104% or somewhere there... You can also mess around a little with both the drive and data drive strengths. If none of this helps then it looks to me like those sticks have a problem. Thing is - at stock you shouldn't really need to be messing about with any of that stuff... RMA may be your only option to get stable. Assuming that they are really the GE2GB3200BDC sticks - then they should be running 3-4-4-8 pretty much as stated @ stock. If you are getting MemTest errors at that speed - then it has to be either your PSU (which you've changed), the Mobo itself, your CPU or your sticks. Can you try with a different stick - borrowed/stolen from a friend maybe? ...If that one works - I'd definately RMA the sticks if they aren't stable.