+ 0 Votes KT266 Pro2-RU balge 4 years ago hi hehe got one of those myself, pretty sure its supposed to support 3GB, if all your new RAM works separately in any of the slots and assuming all the slots are ok, then presumably it doesnt actually support 3GB..unless it doesnt support high density, check this - http://www.1ststop.net/ btw did you ever use the onboard RAID and get that working? cheeers! + 0 Votes Onboard RAID doco42 4 years ago No never tried to use the onboard RAID, heard good things about the Promise technology used though. Funny thing about the RAM experience....Used Memtest86 to test each RAM module and each one tested fine. However, when attempting to update(flash) BIOS, I get the BSD with error 'Page_Fault_in_NonPaged_Area'. According to what info I found, this error is caused by faulty memory......go figure. BTW, I like the comment in the link you provided which indicates, "whether it will work with all slots filled with High Density RAM will always be something of a punt" Cheers + 0 Votes memory balge 4 years ago hi think that error can mean problems with any of the RAM in the system, CPU cache, video card etc. might be worth checking out I've had problems with boards not supporting high density RAM properly before though cheers! + 0 Votes Clear the CMOS? ---TK--- 4 years ago after you installed the RAM, did you use the jumper to clear the CMOS? I would give that a shot... + 0 Votes CMOS cleared to no effect doco42 4 years ago CMOS cleared via jumper had no effect. Using default CMOS settings seems to work with 2.5Gb of RAM but still hangs with 3Gb According to MSI website, I've got the latest BIOS. + 0 Votes try all 3 GIGS ---TK--- 4 years ago jump into the BIOS and check the Cas Latency, it should be 2.5, if its not change it to 2.5. also check the voltage it should be set to 2.5v. I was researching your board, and some website showed screen shots of the BIOS, which reminded me (of my own issue), Checked out the speeds of your ram... If timings are set incorrectly system hanging/ "random" crashes will happen. With in my own system, which I forgot about, RAM isn't always plug and play... Sometimes you have to adjust the speeds to get all to play right. + 0 Votes Cas Latency doco42 4 years ago TK, Thanks for the info......made sure that CAS Latency was set @ 2.5 and Voltage was set however, it made no difference. CMOS battery has been replaced and still same problem. Tried to re-flash with the correct BIOS for my MB...... just caused a BSOD. Time to either purchase new BIOS Chip or new MB + 0 Votes Error Deleting File or Folder stevanturk 4 years ago Had a problem "Cannot delete file: Access is denied" the pathtoolong.com helped me. + 0 Votes Clear the CMOS? ---TK--- 4 years ago after you installed the RAM, did you use the jumper to clear the CMOS? I would give that a shot... + 0 Votes Error Deleting File or Folder stevanturk 4 years ago Had a problem "Cannot delete file: Access is denied" the pathtoolong.com helped me.