ASUS A7A266 with an AMD 1.333 on it. Some people have had problems with thier pc's rebooting after inserting a second stick of RAM in the machine.
There is an undocumented jumper switch on the A7A266. It is located at the end of the AGP slot. As such, the fix is referred to as the "AGP Jumper Fix". Simply by moving the jumper from pins 1 and 2 to pins 2 and 3 the problem can be solved. What this does is increase the voltage from 2.5 to about 2.7 going to the DDR Ram. Solution submitted by MGKnight
by Cariad edited by dbmaven
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