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lakes

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hi all, spent a few days looking for a forum that might be able to help me on this one.

i use pinnacle studio9 to make dvd's of our paranormal inverstigations but i run into a prob.

just after i started to make the new dvd i put in some extra memory.

i have now edited all the dvd but i keep getting this

The instruction at "0X7c168f1d" referenced memory
at "0x0000001c" The memory could not be read

It will not let me do anything and just shuts down.
any ideas as i have now re installed pinnacle and its still doing it and i need to get this dvd done so the owners of the locationts we investigated can have it.

Thanks and nice meet you all
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You may have used too large memory sticks and the computer can't address all of it. Some computers need memory in pairs. Look up you computer model on Google +memory and you will find listings that tell what you can use.
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thanks i will look it up
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no , no luck
i am using a 400 ddr motherboard and using 400 ddr memory stiks
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sound like you may have installed a bad memory stick.

you can use memtest x86 to test the memory.
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