Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear
My way of thinking is little different than many others. If I have problem (A) and a bios update address that problem (A) then I update the bios. If a bios update doesn't address problem (A) I look for other methods to repair problem (A). Most bios updated are to address a problem some people are having with their/there system. I keep hand written notes in my motherboard manual of the bios I have used and what was the effect. I'm about 3 updates behind but I'm not having a problem so I won't change them just because their/there is a new update.
Fair enough, but since he's having problems with the RAM, and it would seem motherboards are having more issues with RAM and trying to resolve them these days, it seems like a good idea to me.
Either way, since they're under warranty, might as well switch them out and see if their replacement works. Good luck.