Have you played with the memory timings section in the BIOS? ckbone had a nice writeup on tuning the memory for performance/reliability. I think you can find it in one of the FAQ-Pointers threads that he used to maintain.
Otherwise.. I just dropped a Centon 256Meg module (16-chip "32x64" layout) into one of my machines. Paid about $80 at Circuit City 'cause I was in a hurry. Works quite well so far.
RE:Hacked V5 and proven workable memory stick (modified 0 times)
I may have stumbled on to a solution to the buggy memory problem. I was playing with one of my V5s tonight and using a 128mb memory stick that in the past caused the V5 to lock up shortly after booting. The thing that I did different tonight is that I moved my lasagna fan from the processor and set it on the memory stick. Just closing the case holds it in place. It has worked fine for about 30 minutes now with no lock up, or any other problem. I have dollied the jailbait image to the sandisk just to play with it. It loaded fine. Now it is only a matter of determining whether it is the fan cooling the memory that is the trick or that the fan is simply holding the memory tight in place. How about someone else who has had this problem try this solution and letting us know if it works for you or not.
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