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Murray S.

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It could be incompatible ram.. Can you return the system and have them check it??

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It definitley looks like I will have to have them look at it. It's just weird that this system has worked beautifully up until late :tazz: Thank you so much for your help I wouldn't have gotten this far without it.
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No problem.. It could also be the ram simply bit the dust so to speak.. You could try running memtest86 but, if the system is still on warranty, I would suggest just letting the company deal with it..

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