Yes. I would leave it alone if you don't have the funds to replace it. Run memtest with each stick one at a time in the slot closest to the cpu. You may reset the bios by removing the board battery for one minute with the power supply unplugged. If you bought the ram new, it may have a lifetime warranty; most major brands do. You can always request an rma off their website. It won't cost anything to try.
This my RAM http://www.crucial.com/store/partspecs.aspx?IMODULE=CT12872Z40B
I ran memtest86 4.20 on both sticks for 13 passes a few days ago with no errors. I presently have the stick closest to the motherboard removed and my 80 gig slave drive removed, the machine is working like a charm no BSOD. What does this tell you?
Why would I reset the BIOS. What wil that do? Thanks for posting!