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BSOD: Memory Management 0x0000001A

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I have a Vista Home Basic system with 2x512Mb ram. Ever since I upped the RAM from 512 to 1024 I have been getting a BSOD pointing to Memory Management. The BSOD only comes if I bring the computer out of standby. The rest of the time it works fine.
How do I determine if the problem is my mobo or the RAM chip? memtest runs for 12 hours showing no errors.
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