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That should at least cure your ram errors.
If after doing that, if it doesn't cure the errors -
- make sure you have the ram installed in the right slots - see your mboard manual - e.g. if your ram is dual channel it is sold in matched pairs, the two modules must be identical, and it must be installed in specific pairs of slots; if it is single channel ram it may not matter where it is installed.
- if all your ram is on the Kingston list of modules, then the one that gives you errors is bad, if it gives errors when installed by itself in all the slots (it is remotely possible a ram slot is bad).
- if it isn't on the list of modules, if a module or modules is incompatible, sometimes one module will work fine, or both will work fine by themselves, but when two modules are installed something is incompatible and you get memory errors, or the total amount of ram detected is not what it actually is by a long shot (a difference of 1 mb if you are not using onboard video, or the amount of ram shared with onboard video possibly plus 1 more mb, is of no concern).
BSOD can be caused by zillions of things.
If it BLACK screens, that's probably a hardware problem. One of the things that can do that is a faulty power supply.Check your PS.
See response 4 in this:
If it is a BLUE screen , does it give any details, or is there anything to click on that does?
If it BLUE or BLACK screens then it reboots....
Win XP is often set to reboot when it encounters an unrecoverable error.
To have XP display possibly display an error message instead of rebooting:
1. Click Start, and then right-click My Computer.
2. Click Properties.
3. Click the Advanced tab, and then click Settings under Startup and Recovery.
4. Under System failure, click to clear the Automatically restart check box.
5. Click OK, and then click OK.