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Details of RAM chips installed, please? What modules? What size(s)? Waht make/model numbers etc.....

Cheap, generic RAM can cause this behaviour

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Here's the info...Ultra 512MB PC2700 DDR 333MHz (ULT30092 )

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I'd assume that's generic, OEM stuff, because from the looks of things Ultra repackages components under their own brand name.

http://www.ultraproducts.com/

Should work though, you'd expect, if that module is in Slot 1 (the one nearest the processor).

Getting a bit beyond where I can assist without the ability to get 'hands-on', I fear. You might need to have a local technician look at it :(

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Yeah I am thinking of going over to Microsoft troubleshooting for Safe Mode in Win Xp and see what they have over there. Thanks for trying to help me tho. Thanks!

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Hi, Wanted to let you know that I decided to put in Win Xp cd and chose to let it repair something, if there was something wrong. Lo and Behold! it fixed it! I guess what it did was deleted old files such as drivers etc.. and reinstalled the new ones and I'm back where I was in the first place before it went "crazy" on me. I can say that its all fixed now. Computer is up and running smoothly. Thanks for yout time with me. Your the best!

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You know, while I was troubleshooting my mobo problems, I decided to add the washers to see if that was the problem - I placed them between the case and the standoff - that should be as good and a whole lot easier to accomplish, but then I'm kind of lazy.

GrimJack

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