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I have a Cyberpower computer with an Azza KT133BX motherboard that has three 168-pin DIMM sockets, an Athlon 1Ghz processor, running windows 2000. It runs OK with one 256MB module. Whenever I try to add memory to either of the other two slots, it recognizes it, but the computer goes haywire: automatically reboots at random, eventually freezes, and goes to blue screen at restart. Then I have to reload the OS. I have tried a number of 256MB PC-133 SDRAM sticks, all work with just one installed, but cause problems when combined in multiple DIMM slots.

I have added memory to computers many times with no problem. A while back, I sent it to a friend in the computer tech business, and he couldn't fix it. Could I just have a bad motherboard, or is there some setting I have to change somewhere?
 
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