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Great! Hope it works out!
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Vegeta 2.0
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Seagate 320GB and 160GB || Western Digital 250GB DVD-RW Vista Ultimate x64 2 x 19" Widescreens (2880x900) 
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post #12 of 13
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okay so i set all the RAM timings and such back to default. re booted and got this alarm sound beep. nothing would show up on the screen and it would just keep beeping. set everything to normal and it goes away. i don't get it
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Samsung 80.0GB 7200RPM + Western Digital 40.0GB Liteon DVDRW + Liteon DVD/CDRW Windows XP Pro SP2 Samsung Syncmaster 
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post #13 of 13
Okay after seeing your CPU-Z, I saw that you were using three different brand name ram. Its always a good idea to use memory with the same specs.
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