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Old 24th October, 2001, 12:39 AM
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Originally posted by dimmreaper
What kind of memory does your machine have? If it's generic, throw it in the trash. Generic memory is natorious for causing the problems you describe . . . . . I recently went through all my machines, removed all generic memory, replaced it with Crucial memory, and noticed a huge improvement in stability and reliability.
Not all generic memory is that bad, I use it and it's works great and the price was great at the time I got it, granted if I'd waited about 6 months I could have gotten crucial memory for even less but that would have meant waiting 6 months for an upgrade I wanted then at the price I could afford.
don't be to quick to dis generic memory
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