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just normal ddr2 667 ram
here:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ADATA-4GB-2x2GB-...-/390278066726
exactly this one
look the same but mine is 667
    
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just normal ddr2 667 ram
here:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ADATA-4GB-2x2GB-...-/390278066726
exactly this one
mobo in question that you are using with those RAMs is?
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+1 increase the ram voltage, not all boards will gill the correct amount on default.
How can I check the correct default? Mine is kind of old, I still cannot find its information in adata website.
    
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mobo in question that you are using with those RAMs is?
Intel DG41TY
    
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How can I check the correct default? Mine is kind of old, I still cannot find its information in adata website.
Use cpu-z and then click the spd tab
    
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Use cpu-z and then click the spd tab
I wish but I am install windows.
    
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Use cpu-z and then click the spd tab
jee can't even get past OS reinstallation.

@jee, should be in within BIOS. Look it up one by one. I wish I could pinpoint you where to go but I am not familiar with that mobo.

you should be looking at the part where you can increase DRAM voltage.
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It is a windows xp professional I got back in 2004, and I build the computer myself so there is no default installation disc..

the error look at memory number with 0x000000A something like that

my XP64 install did not like being OC'd either - I had to install at stock settings, both memory and CPU - Do you have a memtest disc laying around? If you do a clean, stock setting install and it poops on you still it's likely the memory, or any new hardware you may have added since the last time the XP install worked.


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post #29 of 67
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Here is the ram information I see in bios:
I can edit these if I turn to manual, now is automatic
speed: 667
5-5-5-15
voltage 1.80
totaly memory 2048
    
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jee can't even get past OS reinstallation.

@jee, should be in within BIOS. Look it up one by one. I wish I could pinpoint you where to go but I am not familiar with that mobo.

you should be looking at the part where you can increase DRAM voltage.
You are very helpful no matter finally I can fix this or not
    
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