Problems already...
Date: Friday, January 23 2004 @ 14:31:01 UTC
Topic: Gentoox


Seems Kingston "Valueram" has lived up to its name. After about 20 minutes of trying to install Windows only to get ramdom BSODing, I decided to run memtest-86 which found 464 RAM module errors. My nearest PCworld didnt have any DDR400 RAM modules in stock so for now I'm having to run off DDR266.... and as I'm typing this, the Windows installer just locked up. Back to debugging.

*Update*
Seems Windows didnt like me setting the USB selection to BIOS controlled, rather than OS controlled. At least I'm in a GUI now :o







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