Travis S Posted January 5, 2006 Share Posted January 5, 2006 I have been getting random reboots, so I checked my memory. I made a boot disk with Windows Memory Diagnostic program and ran the test. The standard test showed slot 'A0' was failing all tests (MATS+, INVC, LRAND, Stride6, WMATS+, and WINVC) with 40 errors. The standard test showed slot 'A2' had no errors. So, I removed the RAM from slot 'A2' and retested slot 'A0' with the 'bad stick'; the following are the standard testing results from one pass: MATS+ ..... 3 errors INVC ........ 2 errors LRAND ...... 1 error Stride6 ..... 1 error WMATS+ ... 16 errors WINVC ...... 32 errors All tests failed. I removed the bad stick from slot 'A0' and replaced it with the other stick (same type - came together too). Running the same test for this other stick, I came up with 0 errors. I ran the extended version of the test to check more thoroughly and came up with 0 errors. System/Bios Information: Memory (Bad stick): - Module Name: Corsair VS1GB400C3 - Lot Number: 0539042-0 - Serial Number: 558821 - Memory Timings: @200MHz 3.0-3-3-8 Memory (Good stick): - Module Name: Corsair VS1GB400C3 - Serial Number: 558832 - Memory Timings: @200MHz 3.0-3-3-8 CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+ (2.0 GHz) MB: Asus A8N-SLI Premium - HyperTransport Frequency: AUTO - AMD K8 Cool'n'Quiet: ACTIVE - RAM timing mode: AUTO - DDR voltage: AUTO - CPU frequency: 200.0 - PCI Express clock: 100MHz - DDR voltage: AUTO - Chipset voltage: +1.5V - HT voltage: +1.20V - CPU multiplier: AUTO - CPU voltage: 1.350 v FSB: AMD Hammer - real clock: 200MHz - effective clock: 200MHz - HyperTransport clock: 1000MHz Currently I'm using my computer with only the good stick in slot 'A0' and would like to know where to go from here? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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