NukePaste Posted December 6, 2004 Share Posted December 6, 2004 I have a matching pair Corsair Twin-X PC3200 400Mhz 2x256Meg. When I purchased them I put them in a board that did 400Mhz and a chip that only had 333Mhz FSB. The system ran at 333Mhz and worked fine. It is now about 12 months later. I got a new chip for the machine, a brand new AMD XP 3200 400Mhz FSB. I've even tried a new motherboard in my trouble shooting. Whenever my machine tries to boot it resets itself. This occurs after the post and info screen scrolls by. Right after it updated the DMI Pool data and starts to scan the boot devices. It hits hard drive and reboots. I tried to reinstall XP on it but the install blue screens when the GUI is about to kick on. I ONLY receive the blue screen/error when the system is set to 200Mhz frequency (DDR makes it 400 FSB). If I run it at 166Mhz (333Mhz) it works just fine. I have tested the board with a different chip, and the chip with a different board...the specific PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA errors I am getting relate to a bad memory address either in the motherboard memory, system memory (RAM), or Video card. I have swapped out both video and MB and still receive error. Update: I got metest86 and ram it on both of these modules individually as well as together. The MemTest freezes during the testing and does not complete. I have tried to test on 2 different motherboards. Warrenty help! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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