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    Default Re: EP45-DS3R 8 gigs settings, help.

    No USB storage media whatsover. Only a USB mouse and 2 USB control surfaces. I wil try to disable it.

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: EP45-DS3R 8 gigs settings, help.

    Update. I ran memtest over night and all checked out ok. This morning I decided to slow down the RAM (underclock it) to 667Mhz. this cleared one issue. The system now boots and reboots really fast.

    I wonder if the RAM is causing my issues? Can RAM acting up cause random lock ups, video and audio issues, etc?

    Thanks everyone for the help your providing

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    Default Re: EP45-DS3R 8 gigs settings, help.

    If you want to run your memory at 800 MHz, try the following, one change at a time, then test for stability. Are you running 4x2GB of memory now?

    1) set DRAM VOLTAGE = 2.20 volts (OCZ supports this voltage for your memory)

    2) Loosen primary timings to 5-5-5-18

    3) Set MCH core = 1.30 <== if stable, decrease it 1 step at a time until you encounter boot or stability issues, then increase it 1 step.

    Some manufacturer's websites state that rated memory speeds are not guaranteed when running more than 2x2GB of memory. This might be why your system is stable when you underclocked your memory to DDR2-667.

    Once you've settled on a stable setup, post your stable settings and we can change some memory settings to improve your memory's performance.
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