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All,

I have a white macbook 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo with 4GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM. The default is 2GB SDRAM.

But everytime I get this (see my attachment) .

What could be the problem of this. And how can I solve the problem ?

Thnx for help anyway.
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You overclocked the RAM didn't you? I used to do that with my iBook Clamshells and the same screen would pop up.

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You overclocked the RAM didn't you? I used to do that with my iBook Clamshells and the same screen would pop up.
How can you do that? I thought the BIOS was locked?
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No, I only put the 2 new 2GB RAM in it.
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Take some RAM out and see what happens.

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Ok, I'll check it.. thnx
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