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"Bank interleaving requested, but not enabled", but Windows boots fine
Hi guys. I changed the RAM on my system recently, as one of the old sticks was giving problems. It would fail to boot intermittently, and according to the LED light on my motherboard, it was supposed to be a memory issue. So I took out the old RAM and put in the new RAM in the other two slots, not the slots that the old RAM were in. Previously I was using 2 x 2GB, but now using 2 X 4GB.
Ever since that, I've been noticing this message at boot. It says "Bank interleaving requested, but not enabled". And after that it says clearing NVRAM, and Windows boots fine after that. Why is this message appearing, and are there any implications? I went into BIOS, and under Clear NVRAM, it's disabled, so is the Clearing nvram message even doing anything? Or does the option reset to disabled everytime it boots? Thanks guys.
P.S : Btw, I'm using another system, so the system specs in my profile are not accurate. The motherboard is BioStar Ta 790GX A3+, CPU is AMD Phenom II x4 620 2.6 GHz. I'm using Kingston DDR3 1333 RAM.
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