Originally Posted by Ost99
I found that using the 333MHz setting for ram (instead of 400MHz), stopped the system from crashing. (I use certified twin-packed dual chanel 400MHz 256MB dimms).
I still get random pci_find_subsys errors, but the system doesn't crash.
I've also read somewhere that setting the onboard GPU to use 128MB shared memory might help. I haven't tried this myself.
I tried setting the memory to 128MB but it didn't help me.
I don't have any options to set the memory to 333MHz it correctly detects I have 333MHz memeory. I did check the spec of the board enough to know that it couldn't do 400MHz and on board graphics, I just didn't expect it to be so picky about the memory other than that.
Anyway I'm rather pleased that I bought another card, it definatly feels a lot snappier.