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Old 14th September 2005, 21:27   #1
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Today I was planning to do a fresh windows install, but when the install was copying all the files to the hard disc I allways had files who didn't got copied. Now I changed my RAM ( 1GB OCZ PC4000 VX gold) with my good old BH-5 RAM (512 MB) and I was able to install windows with out problems.

First time I bought this RAM I had a broken stick but its been replaced, but the new ones still give problems if I install windows. Does my mobo (NF7-S) got known problems with 1GB of RAM or something like that? I getting quite pissed of this, I bought some quite expensive new RAM but it gives nothing but trouble.
 
Old 14th September 2005, 23:37   #2
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double sided sticks might cause problems?
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Old 15th September 2005, 20:42   #3
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seems that my NF7-S is broken

got chrashes in windows with 512 MB ram (my old BH-5) too.

hope it can still last some weeks and than I prolly gonna buy a new mobo, CPU, graka, cooling and PSU.

Any sugestions, I wanna make the switch to A64 and PCI express but want to stay with NVIDIA card because I find them much better in use.
 
Old 16th September 2005, 04:03   #4
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My friend picked up an ASUS A8n SLI, works great and gives more space inbetween PCI Express cards than most other motherboards.

I can also say another friend of mine picked up the A8N Ultra from abit with the passive northbridge cooling. Thing runs like a dream, but he had overheating issues with the chipset northbridge, That dissapeared when he put it in an Antec mid tower with 5 case fans but still something I think you should know.
I think both of those motherboards have proven to perform very well for both of my friends. The only people I know who bought a64 mobos and are dissapointed. Are VIA chipset owners.
 
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