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You have award bios, under "advanced chipset features" highlite "DRAM Clock/ Drive controll" then press enter. The next screen will show the "DRAM Clock" and problably say next to it (BY SPD).

By spd means the bios reads the ram and sets the speed accordingly for your pc2700 ram this would be 333mhz so set it to a vaule of 133mhz this will make the ram run at 266mhz the same as your board and cpu. As I said before this is sometimes needed for maximum system stability.

Don't forget to save when you exit.

Try it and see if the problem is fixed.

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