Ok, here is the senario... I installed a stick of Crucial 512Kb PC-3200 Ram into my asus A7N8X DELUXE board. The ram was rated at 2.8v... my old ram...was rated at 2.6v...so After installing the new ram, it worked fine at 2.6v, I then went and turned it up to 2.8v. The computer then locked up... it failed the memory test. It would not even turn on my monitor or go into the bios. I then completely erased the cmos.... I can now get my computer to turn on... I get the BSOD constantly, all kinds of error messages about different things, and one really weird thing is that I put in my old stick of memory and the computer is only reading it as 511kb instead of 512... it states that it IS a stick of 512, but it only registers as 511... After that, I shut it back down and installed another stick of 512 and now it is reading it as 1023 instead of 1024!!! Is my motherboard shot... or what is causing all of these problems??? HELP!