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Windows 7: Can only boot with 1 stick of Ram.

22 Aug 2015   #11

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Windows 7 64 Bit Home Premium SP1

Good work tracking that down.
Faulty motherboards are the worst case to diagnose. And the very last component you want to be switching out - in effort and cost.
Well done.

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 Can only boot with 1 stick of Ram.

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