mdoram Posted December 22, 2004 Share Posted December 22, 2004 Hello, I have a Corsair memory module I wish to RMA. The memory module is from a computer system consisting of the following devices: - Intel D875PBZ Motherboard - (2) Corsair Platinum Series 512MB 400Mhz XMS3200 memory modules (run in dual-channel) - 80 GB Western Digital SATA hard drive I am running Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition. The motherboard's memory settings are all currently set to default. However, multiple non-default memory setting configurations have been tested and found to be at least as disfunctional as the default settings. All of the following symptoms have manifested under all tested memory setting configurations. Symptoms: 1. System randomly restarts itself. 2. BIOS reports boot failure due to memory error. 3. Operating system displays memory read error messages which necessitate system restart. 4. A memory testing utility (MemTest86) has been run on the aforementioned modules with the result of 0 errors reported from the first module, and several thousand errors reported from the second module (which is, of course, the memory module I wish to RMA). 5. After replacing the memory module in question the computer system functions properly. Are these sufficient grounds for a request to RMA? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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