I recently bought a new computer. The board is a Gigabyte that runs the new KT400 chipset. It has an athlon XP 2200 Thouroughbred processor. At first, I was running this board with my old PC 2100 Samsung ram (512MB), with a soundblaster audigy and a GF4 Ti4200 graphics card. Everything was running perfectly. (By the way, the motherboard has three ram slots, I was only using two with the PC2100). SO, I recently upgraded to three PC3200 (256 MB) Samsung modules. I thought it would just be a matter of taking out the old, and putting in the new. However, after installing the new ram, my display was messed up bad. It went down to 16 colors, with limited resolution, etc. (also, a message would appear saying I didn't have enough memory to perform any operations) SO, I restarted the computer, went to the bios and made sure it was set to recognize the correct ram, I tried reinstalling the display driver, etc. Nada... So, I went for the big haul and decided to just reformat and reinstall windows. Now the computer recognizes the ram and the display is fine. However, when installing the driver for my audigy soundblaster card, the same thing as before happend, and my resolution went down (though this time at least I still had access to my memory). Also, a message would appear saying I should go to Microsoft website to update display driver???? What??? When I remove the audigy from my system, the display went back to normal. I just want to know what is up? WHy did everything work fine with 2 PC 2100 modules, but crash with the PC 3200? And, yes, my motherboard supports it. I look forward to any and all help you guys can give?