Niall O Broin wrote:
> It does sound odd, and the only thing I can think of is some kind of
> dubious hardware which maps itself into a high memory memory address,
> and then dies roaring when there's actual memory at that memory address.
> Exactly what kind of NIC is the failing one anyway?
Oops I missed that detail due to the way the OP formatted his email :/
Eh that's really weird. Could the RAM he is adding be dodgy and hence
break networking entirely?
Daniel what happens if you boot with just the new RAM installed?
Have you run in through memtest86?
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