Question Many Software Errors since I installed new RAM

eliendrel

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I received x2 Corsair Vengeance LPX 4Go (1x4Go) DDR4 2400MHz C14 XMP 2.0
that I installed with my x2 old HyperX FURY Black DDR4 4Go, 2400MHz CL15
the system booted with no issue but now whenever I download any file from Chrome it says "Analysis failed"
I let the motherboard auto set the voltage and settings of the 4 ram and it's currently set at 2133MHZ 15-15-15-36-51.
When I run prime95 another error comes "0xc000007b" even in admin mode
I'm running an old version of windows which is 1809 so maybe the prime error isn't related to the ram but to my Windows version
i'll soon update a memtest86 to see if any errors occured
PS: The ram is correctly detected by windows and in the bios
 

Lutfij

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Mixing and matching rams give you the sort of headache that you're currently facing. It's exactly why I constantly say not to mix and match rams even if they're following the DDR4 standard and the slots accept said stick(s) of ram.

Revert to your older setup without the additional stick of ram, having it in dual channel mode.

List your specs like so:
CPU:
Motherboard:
Ram:
SSD/HDD:
GPU:
PSU:
Chassis:
OS: 1809

also we're currently on 1909 for Windows 10, you might want to update the platform to 1909.
 
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CPU: Ryzen 5 1600 3.4GHZ 1.04v
Motherboard: Asus prime B350m-a
Ram: - x2 Corsair Vengeance LPX 4Go (1x4Go) DDR4 2400MHz C14 XMP 2.0
- x2 HyperX FURY Black DDR4 4Go, 2400MHz CL15
HDD: Seagate BarraCuda 1top
SDD: NONE
GPU: Gigabyte Gefore gtx 1080 windforce OC
PSU: CoolerMaster G650M, 650W
Chassis: Cooler Master Masterbox Lite RGB
OS: 1809
 

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Update: I removed the x2 old ram(HyperX one) and kept the x2 new ram there are still the same issues...
I also tried to Revert everything back but now the x2 old ram are detected in the bios but it's says that total ram is 4GB instead of 8GB the motherboard isn't damaged I put the new ram in the same slots to see if they are working and it does.
 

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Update 2: I tested with my old ram and i'm now facing the same issues, idk what's wrong maybe i have damaged the motherboard but i'm sure i didn't probably due to settings.
 

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