blueoctober Posted November 21, 2005 Share Posted November 21, 2005 Hi, For the past few months I've had a devil of a time installing new programs, especially games. I often got checksum errors and have been unable to do anything about it. I have an ASUS A8N-E motherboard. I've tried running in Safe Mode in Win XP, changing to PIO mode on my dvd-rom drive, install a second cd-rom drive, shut down firewall and anti-virus and spyware programs and so on to no avail. So I decided to run a memory test using MS XP Windows Memory test and one channel came up with errors. I swapped the two sticks around and the errors occur in the other channel too, the same stick that was in the previous channel. On a whim I installed some older Corsair XMS 256X2 chips in the same channels and received no errors. So I believe I have a faulty stick. Could I have them replaced please? Again, this is the VS1GBKIT400 that I bought from newegg.com on 3/23/05. Any help is appreciated! Blueoctober Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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