Is this your RAM?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820220543
Go in the BIOS and manually change the memory voltage to 1.65V.
If it doesn't work try with one stick of RAM at a time. If all work, add another one, try with each one at a time. Maybe one stick is bad.
yes that is the ram I have
Thanks for the reply mosox....I set the voltage to 1.65v and it seems to work ok...except only with 2 sticks of ram in I believe the third stick is bad,I tried it by itself and in combo with the other 2 sticks and that would stop the system from booting up. However it works fine with 2 of the 3 sticks.I'm doing a memtest with linux live cd and it shows the ram at 568 Mhz
Thanks alot for your time and help