Problem with my PC

Intel / dunno what my ram... / PENTIUM 4
January 11, 2009 at 12:29:09
Specs: Windows XP Pro SP2, 3.0 GHz
Hi everybody..
I've been facing a great problem in my PC since I have bought my new motherboard, RAM, Processor & VGA, while I am using the computer, the computer freezes, after some experiments, I've found that the problem vanishes in one case, if I removed one of the two RAM chips (the motherboard contatins to RAM slots, they are filled with two RAM chips, the memory size of each one is 512 MB), after other experiments, I've found that the problem isn't in either of the RAM chips as I've put each one of them seperatly and the problem didn't appear, and also I tried to to put each chip of them in each slot seperatly and the problem didn't appear, we conclude that the problem isn't in the RAM chips neither in the motherboard RAM slots, the problem appears only when both the RAM chips are placed in the same time..

notes :
1- The two chips of RAM are the same brand
2- The freezing phenomena occurs randomly, sometimes after two days of the time I turned on the PC, sometimes after 2 minutes and it varies..

waiting for your assistance..

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January 11, 2009 at 13:49:14
We need to know your system least the exact CPU you have, make/model of motherboard, make/speed/type of RAM. Putting "dunno what my ram is" obviously is useless to us. Did you configure the RAM settings in the BIOS? Did you test it with memtest86?

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January 11, 2009 at 17:17:25
could be bad driver install...that's possible. could be something with specific program that is booting up and running in the background of windows

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January 11, 2009 at 23:47:48
my PC specs. are as the following :
1. Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-945GZM-S2 rev. 3.9

2. Processor : Intel Pentium 4 \ 3.0 GHz

3. RAM Size : 1 GB of RAM (2 X 512 MB) DDR2

4. RAM Brand : Blitz

5. VGA : nVidia GeForce 7300 GS (512 MB, 256 MB on board)

6. Windows : XP SP2

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January 16, 2009 at 03:47:35
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