Hello All, I know this is a VERY big problem for many of people, but I did what they said worked for them, but I'm still having problems. Ok I am running Vista Ultimate 64-bit, I have all my drivers, tested the RAM with memtest 86 (no problems), The RAM is OCZ Nvidia Sli-Ready 800MHZ (2GB's each stick). I can boot up into Vista using 2 sticks (4GB's), And when I add one more stick (6GB's total), I only can reach the bios, but Vista will not ever boot up. And When I add the last stick, the computer cuts on, but nothing shows up (black screen). So I tested all the RAM ports, and all four are working, I also then boosted the RAM Voltage from 1.8V to 2.2V, And I also changed the NB Voltage from 1.1V to 1.4V, Nothing happened!!!
So I underclocked my RAM from 800MHZ to 667MHZ, nothing happened...Again. I also noticed, I can add all the RAM sticks, when the computer is already running, and it don't blue-screen then, but in my computer, it still shows 4096MB's of RAM (4GB's). I even called OCZ, and ASUS (my MoBo Manafacturer), and they didn't even know more than me.
So, if anyone knows the solution, I would GREATLY appreciate it!!! -Thanks, God Bless. -Justin
Asus P5Q-E MoBo (With Latest Bios)
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 @ 2.5
2x 500GB Seagate Barracuda HDD's
Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit/64-bit (dual-boot)
PNY Nvidia GeForce 9600GT GPU
Logistics 550W Acrylic PSU
OCZ Nvidia Sli-Ready 4x2GB 800MHZ