ok, thats better, I can see your speccy readouts that you put up on photobucket. FSB = front side bus? it is ok, some BIOS editions provide for manually adjusted system memory settings, some do not. this one stick that at least lets you get into your BIOS, if you only have that one stick installed in addition to your two primary sticks, will your PC boot with that one add-on stick? we will call that stick "EG" as in example-good. What happens when you install stick EG into the other available slot, same result? we can call the other kingston stick ENG. so stick EG is the one that at least lets you into your BIOS, and you will get back to us if stick EG allows your PC boot up. ok?
also, i see cause for concern in regards to you power supply voltage provisions. your 1.5v is on VIN (input voltage). that is a new one to me and out of my realm. (my older xp32 machine is 2.5v RAM).
I don't think your MHz is cause for concern, most of the time it adapts either way up or down, last i checked.
Now, your system reads 4 gb RAM, yet there is a 3gb reading in your "total physical" That is another new one.
another new one is your pc3-10600 spec, i don't see that info provided for either in your speccy or your kingston.
the bright side is, you have matching ddr3.
ok, this link is for informational purposes only.
i know this is pretty stupid, but these experiments you are doing with your RAM is requiring incessant reboots. please note that some machines will only allow so many re-boots in a given time. So, if you find your machine power not responding like it is dead, it may need to wait for a day or two to reset because you re-booted too many times. i know, pretty silly, but it happened to me once, scared the jeebies out of me.
Edited by synergy513, 16 August 2013 - 09:22 PM.