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My system restart again and again

i have two operating system(xp) in different drives (C,D),so it creates lot of problems,my system restart again and again.

it shows message like " maximum performance is achieved with matched DIMMs , the installed amount of memory in channel"A" is not equal to the amount of multiple BIOS post attempts have failed memory timings have been reset to automatic settings". plz help me

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Where did you get that message?

after or before OS selection?

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Well then, that's mean a lot possibility ahead of us.

Try changing the RAM with other RAM, or simply change the DIMM slot to the other that not used.

And clean the yellow stuff (the pins) with a rubber.

Let see if that work or not.

One more thing, reset the BIOS setting with the jumper.

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before os selection (at the time of restart,i am disable automatic restart option)

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hi,

system restart again & again then problem after some time error blue screen & no detact cd rom

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hi,

restart again and again.

remove all power led and remove ram, clean it with rubber eraser, and fix again, try......

or

change the dimm slot......

or

it happen some times your window or driver is not properly installed. try to safe mode and un-installed newly installed driver

enjoy..........

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typical memory problems.

Try to leave only one DIMM in one BANK of the motherboard and power on.

If it goes fine, it will boot correctly.

If the memory module is wrong, it will probably fail.

Do the same with the other module.

Run the windows memory test or linux memtest86+ and see what memory problems are you having.

You should have the same memory in both banks.

P4 motherboards normally uses twin banks with the same amount of memory to run properly.

In example:

PROCESSOR DIMM BANKS.

......................---A1 B1 A2 B2

[processor] - - | | - - | |

[slot P4 ]--- - - | | - - | |

Normally banks in P4 mainboards are paired, so you must put, in example:

BankA1 - BankB1/BankA2 - BankB2

512 - 0 / 512 - 0

Or 512 - 256 / 512 - 256

Or 256 - 128 / 256 - 128 ...

The same amount and type of memory in A1+A2 or in B1+B2

and so on...

Good luck with this issue.

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again window installation ...............pankaj

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