> Hi ,
> In recently bought an extra 128Mb SD-RAM (133Mhz) to add to the 128Mb
> (100Mhz) I already have. However, the system is now unstable and does
> everything from locking up to completely rebooting itself. I have tried
> fiddling with the BIOS settings to set the RAM speed to 100Mhz. This did
> no good. Without the RAM the system is ok and never crashes. Any
> solutions? Is it ok to mix RAM speeds? Or is the new RAM i bought from a
> dodgy manufacturer?
> kernel 2.4., redhat 7.1
Did you try removing the old RAM and using only the new RAM?
That will tell you if the new RAM is OK or not. If it boots
OK, give it a good stress test by compiling a few kernels.
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