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iMEG

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actually, the ram will just work on a system on the store where i bought it.. right now i am using a winme os and it just seems good, no system halt or system slow-down... but when i install xp on my system it only the first splash screen will appear and it will just simple halt... and when i disable the L2 cache on my bios, it will complete the installation, on a slower basis... and no problem is experienced only the slow pc performance... just this morning i checked the hardware manager and i saw that there was an exclamation sign on one of my usb controllers and the properties prompts " it might be damage, not installed properly..."

thanks for your advice....



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this is a link to the memory thats compatible with your mobo...

http://www.crucial.c...spx?model=P4VMM

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just this morning i checked the hardware manager and i saw that there was an exclamation sign on one of my usb controllers and the properties prompts " it might be damage, not installed properly..."

use the device manager to uninstall the usb controler...reboot and let windows "find" the new hardware...it should install the new drivers for it...you should go to the mobo manufactures website and get ALL the drivers for your mobo...keep them on a cd in case you ever need to reinstall any of them..
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