I have not overclocked the system. The system is an MSI mobo K9NBPM2-FID, Athlon 64x2 5000+ 2.61Ghz, 2GB Corsair XMS2 DDR2 (matched 1GB sticks) running XP Home SP2 fully updated.
How do I go about figuring out what is going on?
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You are correct on that assumption. I would suggest that since it did boot up with the bad stick in the first slot and run memtest on that stick alone. Reply back with your findings. This will verify the findings only but as the instructions stated I believe you have done the best test for it.
This would appear to mean that I have one bad stick of memory. Is this the most likely situation?
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