Posted 11 February 2007 - 07:51 PM
Memory is finicky. To be sure, only use memory that's been approved to work in your motherboard by the manufacturer.
I have seen (recently) that perfectly good, name brand memory will not work with some of the memory supplied with brand name computers.
To check - try the old memory alone. If it still works, then try the new memory alone. If it works, then it's probably a compatibility issue between the sticks.
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