Originally Posted by Hanoverfist
Ok... ram issues have been sovled in the past by flashing to the latest bios found here 1403 is what you want. try that
using USB bios flashback is probably the easiest way that i have ever seen 2-43 of the manual.. And dont forget to rename the .CAP file to Z77ST.CAP You can do the actual flash while system is off..so power down
okey so I did flash to the new bios, I booted up with all bricks, the MemOK! blinked and the "starting windows" loading screen came up, it bluescreened and I tried some other times, I think I saw something like "0x0000007E" (dont know about the amount of "0") so I took out the two I added and replaced them with the ones that have worked for a while and it bluescreened! I was very confused, I replaced them and now the computer work as before with two Dimms, also the computer refuses to autoboot on my ssd so I manually have to go in the bios to boot on it!