In the CMOS setup, change the "Resource Controlled by" to manual if its set to Auto or change it to Auto if its set to manual. You may find this option probably in PCI Configuration Setup or PCI Plug n Play Setup. And than see if the problem goes away. You may have to remove the USB host controller and rebbot the machine after doing above. May or may not work, just give it a go.
GPF! hmm, Maybe the memory itself is causing the problem. If its possible try with another(different) RAM module.
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