I just bought two new 512MB sticks of RAM for my Shuttle AK32E mobo with Athlon XP 2400+. The RAM is PC-3200 made by Corsair. I put them into my computer, and I took out the old ones (128MB and 256MB, both PC100 SDRAM) and it worked fine for a while (bout an hour), but then the blue screen that dumps physical memory started popping up and restarting my computer instantly. Now I can't get them to run 5 minutes without the blue screen popping up. Now I've done some investigating and I think I the problem is the RAM itself. I've read other sites and gotten other suggestions and this is what I can do solve it my RAM problem and things I have thought of: a. Upgrading the BIOS so the RAM will be compatible with the mobo (I have Award BIOS v 6.00) b. Downgrading to PC2700 RAM c. The mobo isn't compatible with the RAM (I really hope not) d. I fried the RAM somehow If anyone can help me out with this problem and give any new suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it.