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offline Barry Scott

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come on, I know you're out there. Anywhoo, I've just installed an extra 512mb stick of RAM in my computer - exactly the same spec as the memory already installed - and now my computers paying the bitch. If I have my telly, video and sky box plugged in when i try and boot up it will crash repeatedly meaning I have to wait ten minutes for my system to stabilise before i can watch me telly at which point my PC will work fine for hours. I've also had several bizarre instances when my display goes fuzzy or vomit coloured, my graphics driver starts sending bizarre messages to ATI, my monitor loses the signal from my PC claiming that the monitor's frequency is too high. And all this since i installed this new memory.

So the question is, is this a PSU problem or maybe just a dodgy batch of memory?

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offline Stu M

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Hmm, no idea mate if the memory is the same spec... but try the forums at www.pcadvisor.co.uk - there's thousands of geeks on there!




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