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    Ram problem with Windows 7

    Yep. Well thanks for the help! I can make do with what I've got... Probably just need to overhaul my system...heh
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    Ram problem with Windows 7

    I actually ran across that earlier. It was default at 2T. Changing it to 1T I'm pretty sure will crash the system.
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    Ram problem with Windows 7

    Yeah I swapped out all the sticks and all work. I also rearranged the sticks in all the slots and all the slots work too. Just doesn't work when I have all the slots occupied. Bummer.
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    Ram problem with Windows 7

    Changing the frequency didn't fix the problem either. It was already set at 333 MHz so I lowered it again and it continues to reset itself on startup. I'm thinking it might not like all the ram slots occupied...
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    Ram problem with Windows 7

    Well I tried changing the voltages again, to no avail unfortunately. I ran the cockgen just to see what my ram was running at...the clock reads 161.0 for the ram. Is it worthwhile to try to change the settings?
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    Ram problem with Windows 7

    I tried changing the voltages, but same result. Continues to reboot the system on windows startup.
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    Ram problem with Windows 7

    Yeah the stick should be fine. I swapped it with another one to make sure and it worked fine. Sorry I forgot to turn my system specs on... I looked to change the timing of them but couldn't find the option anywhere in my bios... Maybe I'm just not seeing it
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    Ram problem with Windows 7

    I'm having a problem with running Windows 7 on all my sticks of ram. Before I say anything, I have relatively old hardware in my computer (3 1/2 years now). I recently installed Windows 7 64 bit (which was a struggle in itself). I had 4 GB of DDR ram (4x1GB) and Windows would crash on...