Now my RAM is killing me So while I was picking up my new monitor I grabbed a couple of RAM chips. I have an older motherboard so I can only take DDR-1 RAM, so I thought I'd better get some while I could still find them. My computer currently has two 256Mb Kingston DDR-1 RAM chips (KVR400X64C3AK2/512), to that I was going to add the two 1Gb Kingston DDR-1 RAM chips (KVR400X64C3A/1G) I bought. First attempt: Plug the two 1Gb chips in with the two 256Mb chips. Result: computer makes it to the XP boot screen and then resets. Second attempt: Remove the two old 256Mb chips, leaving only the two 1Gb chips. Result: monitor says no signal (bizarre, and no I didn't jog a cable or something, I checked and as soon as I changed the chips it worked again). Third attempt: Put just one 256Mb chip back in. Result: got past the boot screen, got into XP and thought I was in the money. A few minutes later, the computer resets. Fourth attempt: Pull out one 1Gb chip, leaving one 256Mb and one 1Gb chip in. Result: computer makes it to XP boot screen and resets again. Fifth attempt: Put everything back the way it was, two 256Mb chips in and no 1Gb chips. Result: everything is back to normal, working perfectly. So I'm stumped. It seems like it just doesn't like the 1Gb chips, but I can't figure out why and its reactions are strange. Does anyone know what is causing this?