Ok, I ran the tests on each individual ram stick. I found the faulty RAM, I am going to take it back later today.
I know I got the right memory, It is exactly the same as my other stuff (I built the thing, so I hope I know what im doing).
I had Kingston ValueRAM, I looked around on review sites before I picked a manufacturer, I actually wanted Crucial, but Kingston was cheaper and most reviews for them where good.
I exchanged the bad RAM. I install it......same problem.....Now Im peeved. So I figure, I somehow accidently got the good ram and the bad ram mixed up, or it is a problem with the ram slot on my motherboard. In a last ditch effort, I go into the bios, and Load Fail-Safe Defaults. It worked...
I tested my memory again, and found no errors, so at least I know I got good RAM.
Edited by The Trip, 04 May 2005 - 11:23 PM.