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I have a corsair platinum series xms2700 512mb 333MHz stick of memory when it is in use i recive frequent reboots and bluescreens with the stick in either slot by itself or when in use with my other stick of memory when the stick is out of the machine i dont have these problems. i miss my memory please help

 

windows xp

amd athlon xp 1700+

1.47 Ghz

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Can you tell me our modules part# (How To Read the Memory Label) and the make and model of MB you have along with the CPU speed and it’s FSB as well? In addition, please tell me the bios settings you have set for both CPU and memory and any performance settings that you may have set?

 

 

cmx512-2700c2pt

the mb is a biostar this is all the information i can find on the box i dont know what you need though

biostar

via km266/vt8233a, socket A

audio,video, 2 dimm, 2ddr,lan

fsb266,pc133/ddr266

ata-133 micro atx

 

i have an amd athlon 1700+ "thunder bird?"

1.47GHz

 

i dont know how to look up the bios settings that you asked for and i dant know about the preformance settings either any help you could give me on finding them would be great

thanks

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  • 3 weeks later...
Please go to your bios setup and look for the Dim Voltage and set it to 2.7X Volts and then test the module with http://www.memtest.org

 

 

I got into the bios by pressing delete on startup and looked for the settings you asked for i was unable to find them am i looking in the wrong spot or did i just miss it

sorry to be so much trouble

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I would suggest you ask the MB maker to help you, as there are just to many MB's on the market for me to knwo all of them. But normally the Dim Voltage will be where you set the CPU Frequency and Voltage, IE: Frquency and Voltage Control.
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