Originally posted by cobalt817
you might try going into the BIOS and setting the memory clocks manually. some BIOS will not correctly recognize memory. be sure you have the latest BIOS. It is also possible you got a bad stick of RAM.
i have bought a brand new RAM....from authorised retail outlet
i will give all the details of the motherboard....see what should i do with the clocks or whatever is dat.....
ASRock P4i45GVGV Chipset
Pentium 4 Prescott 533 Ready CPU
FSB 533 MHZ
Hybrid Booster - Safe Overclocking
Hyper Threading Technology
AGI 8X - The only VGA upgradeable 845GV/GL, 865GV M/B in the world by ASRock patented AGI 8X design
Easy Dual Monitor Upgrade
For Socket 478 Intel Pentium 4 / Celeron Processor, PRESCOTT READY
Intel 845gv, HYPER THREADING TECHNOLOGY
INTEL EXTREME GFX & ASRCOK GRAPHICS INTERFACE - AGI 8X for VGA upgrade