pastrylikedood Posted November 13, 2005 Share Posted November 13, 2005 Recently after i upgraded from an Athlon XP 2600+ system, i put my Corsair ValueSelect memory in it, after a few days Call of Duty 2 crashed, and i got an error upon reboot. I tried playing Battlefield 2 and it also crashed. I ram MemTest and found 11 Errors(which was only around 100%, would've run all night but the system keeps crashing), then i got the Blue Screen of Death for a quick second and my system restarted. I removed one stick of 512MB ram, and my system kept rebooting itself... I tried the other stick and it works normal. On this module(the working one), so far there have been 0 errors in memtest at 500%.... The suspected "bad" module was read as Xerox brand using EVEREST Home Edition. However the working one is identified as Corsair. Both modules were purchased at different times. When looking at the bad module it has the ValueSelect sticker but none of the RAM modues say valueselect, unlike my working stick of ram. Both modules were purchased from http://www.zipzoomfly.com and i purchased the exact same product each time. I have tried clearing CMOS and i even reformatted, unfortunately neither worked. NOTE : ASUS A8N-E bios revision is 1008 which is the latest NON BETA edition. All drivers are up-to-date. Both modules are Corsair VS512MB400 512MB DDR400 PC3200 CAS2.5 Value Select Memory Retail Purchased at this link : http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/ProductDetail.jsp?ProductCode=80098-6 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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