HELP!!! ANYONE?!! I just upgraded my P233 to a 1.3GHz AMD Athlon with 256MB SDRAM and along with a huge improvement in speed I have received an equal increase in headaches from system crashes. Everything worked fine with the old setup, only slower (obviously) but now, I can experience a crash at any time. Mostly, it's during games but I even had a crash while using Windows Explorer and getting my email. The system crashed 3 times while installing WIN 98SE during the reboot steps. When it hangs, it sometimes just kicks me out to the desktop but mostly, everything just freezes and if there's sound, it goes into a loop. The only option is the reset switch (OUCH!). All hardware checks out except for two items: My 1.3 GHZ Athlon (not an XP) registers everywhere as 1GHz. The other thing is a memory concern. The manual states not to use DIMMS with an 'n x 4' Dram base. Only use 3.3v, unbuffered, 4-clock, SDRAM DIMM. No buffered, 5v or 2-clock DIMMS. I have no way of telling what mine is with what's on the chip: 168 pin DIMM, SD 256MB PC133, P.O.#T152391, Centon, VT3612804T-7H, 94v-0, B6986RAb. That's it, and the Centon site is less help than that. Even though my Norton Utilities show all hardware is working, could the memory be a problem? Anyone have any ideas? It's driving me nuts!! I've run the utilities, checked all drivers, unfragmented, scanned and blown the dust off everything I can think of and I'm about ready to throw it out the window!! (That would be wrong!) Help?