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Old 20th November 2009, 07:47 AM
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RAM 512mb*2 problem with F12 installation

My computer is with the following hardwares:
Mainbroad: Intel 865PE
CPU: P2.6 HT
RAM: 512MB*2 Dual channel
Display: FX 5200
It always stop responding to me in the process of installing Fedora 12.
If I plug in each 512MB ram, installation can be finished nomally without NVIDIA driver.
If I plug in 512MB*2 ram, It always stop responding to me after login.
I don't know what happened with the RAM 512MB*2?
Does anybody have the same problem with mine to install the Fedora 12?
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There is only 2 dimm slots in the mainborad, The 512MB*2 ram are ok in Windows 7.
Fedora 10 is OK, but Fedora 11 and 12 is always failed on installing.

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