Awesome link -- with that Diagnostic Technique, I should be able to pinpoint exactly what hardware is in error. Great link dude. Thanx much! You are a real problem solver!!
Didn't think of that. Good idea.
No, I haven't done any OVERCLOCKING, as this can, in some cases, lead to a fried mobo. This is why I tend to shy away from this technique, though it has been tempting to be able to enhance my computer's performance, I have to admit. I heard that with overclocking, you can turn a 700 MHz computer into a 1.2 Gig equivolent in capability computer!
I don't have a CMOS battery, so the BIOS is automatically on the default settings.
I haven't "updated" the BIOS, but I have thought about getting a newer one. But I don't really see the point since, it wouldn't really do much and my BIOS already works. Besides, a failed attempt with a BIOS installation could potentially cause my system to crash -- or worse; if it did not go well!!!!
And as far as the Voltage, you could be right: both the ram sticks are not the same brand. However, when I wrote down ALL of the numbers on them, I noticed that they were both 94v-0, if that means anything [Voltage]?