So i recently added ram to my computer, this is DDR2 RAM, so i took out 2 old sticks that were 1 gig each and put in two 2 gig sticks. Therefore all 4 of my slots are full and i have 6Gigs in total. When i tried to start up my computer i pressed F1 to save the new memory amount (This amount was indeed correct), and my computer rebooted but then stopped at a disk check. I allowed it to run the disk check for about 10-15 seconds. In this short amount of time it was displaying a bunch of corrupted files and attempting to resolve them i am guessing, but suddenly my computer restarted around 5 times in a row in 5-10 second intervals then i got the error saying:
2233 - HECI error during MEBX execution.
MEBX status = 0302.
ME BIOS Extension Module halted.
Update BIOS or ME Firmware if problem persists.
I have only found one reference of this on the internet: http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Windows-based/dc7900-CMT-2233-HECI-Error-during-MEBX-execution/td-p/4490533
which seems like it was a faulty motherboard. What i did was i took out the new sticks of RAM and put in the old sticks of RAM and tried my computer again. This time I got all the way to the disk check again and this time i skipped it. Windows started up fine but with some other issues. When i started Google Chrome, it said that my internet explorer.lnk file was corrupted. Also if i tried to reinstall internet explorer, it would fail installation near the end. (by fail i mean i would get a window saying Internet Explorer could not fully install). Next i tried Microsoft excel, and it failed saying i did not have enough memory even though my computer stated i had 6 gigs but 5.7 something usable RAM. I tried word and it instantly "Stopped Working" as windows put it. So i uninstalled microsoft office to try an reinstall it but I rebooted my computer after I uninstalled it. Upon reboot, the disk check appeared again and now whenever i try to skip it, it freezes. Should i let the disk check run? Please let me know thanks!