Re: Upgraded RAM - System Won't Boot
Did you check to see if there was a bios upgrade for your mobo? You may
even want to try and tweak your memory voltage, FSB/memory config (remember
to write down the current setting's). Finally, or maybe the first you do is
verify your CAS latency are the same for all your memory stick?
MIS/M University of Phoenix Online
Clovis, CA (PST)
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm running Vista Ultimate x64. I had 4GB of memory installed and just
> upgraded to 8GB. When I started the computer with the new memory sticks,
> I got this message:
> "The file is possibly corrupt. The file header checksum does not match
> the computed checksum."
> I booted from the Vista DVD and tried the Startup Repair but it says it
> did not detect any problems so it won't repair anything. What can I do?
> Please help.