Re: XP3200 400FSB & 1000008e rebooting error - Help please?

Discussion in 'Windows XP General' started by Rich Barry, Jul 29, 2004.

  1. Rich Barry

    Rich Barry Guest

    Guyzor, what brand of Ram did you get? You may also set the Ram timings
    to Auto in the Bios. If you have
    two sticks 512MB each try using just one temporarily. PSU could be a
    factor. Go here and download
    Motherboard Monitor. It will tell you what your 3, 5 and 12v lines are
    doing and also your temps.
    http://mbm.livewiredev.com/download.html

    Take a look over at www.amdmb.com forums. Look under Asus
    Motherboards. See what you can find
    out there. They can be a big help.
    and RAM with a new 9800 Pro 128Mb card and 1gig of PC3200 Ram to my Asus
    A7n8X board. All worked fine with my existing XP 2600 processor running with
    Processor speed set to standard 166Mhz in BIOS.
    upped the speed in the BIOS to 200Mhz accordingly so now this and the memory
    should be using the new FSB. All other settings I have selected as the
    default "Optimal" options. I previously flashed the Mobo with the latest
    BIOS revision which supports 400FSB.
    a short while the system closes down and reboots with a message saying
    Windows has recovered froma serious error. The last one gave details as
    80513AB2 OSVer: 5_1_2600 SP:1_0 Product 768_1
    Processor/Ram/Board all should run at this. I have checked temps for
    processor (38 degrees) and board (28 degrees) in the BIOS and the probe
    program from the board manufacturer which monitors temps did not warn before
    the shutdowns).
    is tipping it over the edge? I'm purely guessing - this has been my first
    venture into the innards of my PC!
     
    Rich Barry, Jul 29, 2004
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    Plato Guest

    That's the chance you take with generic. This is not new news.
    grin, sounds like a compaq :)
     
    Plato, Jul 29, 2004
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    Anu Guest

    I had exactly the same problem, I got 512 (in 2 x 256 sticks) of pc3200
    generic ram, and the thing would not run! If you go to the asus site it
    gives the few types of ram that will work (sorry I don't have url!), mostly
    winbond chip ram. I went to my local store who didn't stock it and had to go
    back to kingston 333, what a pain. A computer that will only run with a few
    types of memory!
     
    Anu, Jul 29, 2004
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