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  • Reboot = More Memory ?

    i have recently bought a 512 mb ddr 400 mhz pc 3200 ram module and installed it alongside another similiar module ( now i have 1024 mb of ram ). After doing this i noticed my computer suddenly reboots with no aparent reason.

    Also i have ran several Bios information tools and all of them say that my pc has 4096 MB of memory.

    I would like to know if these things are connected and how can i solve them.

    This is the Bios Information Tool Reported

    Program: BIOS Agent Version 3.41
    BIOS Date: 08/04/03
    BIOS Type: American Megatrends
    BIOS ID: 62-0804-009999-00101111-040201-SiS648FX-1ABXX001
    OEM Sign-On: A6585SMS V7.3 080403
    Chipset: SiS 648 rev 80
    Superio: Winbond 697HF rev 2 found at port 2Eh
    OS: WinXP SP2
    CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 Processor 3000 Mhz
    BIOS ROM In Socket: Yes
    BIOS ROM Size: 256K
    Memory Installed: 4096 MB
    Memory Maximum: Unknown
    Memory Slot 01: 1024 MB
    Memory Slot 02: 1024 MB
    Memory Slot 03: 1024 MB
    Memory Slot 04: 1024 MB