It seems to be running well with both sticks of RAM in the system, been up for 3 days, and I am posting this from Linux
I have it set up that Windows XP is installed on my 2x100gb SATA RAID 0, and Linux is on a 40gb IDE drive.
Problem I am having is with the dual-boot. If I set the BIOS to boot off SATA first, it goes right to Windows without even seeing the Linux drive. Which is the way it should be. If I set the BIOS to boot off the IDE drive, it load GRUB, which sees the Linux and the Windows installations, it will boot to Linux fine, but does not boot to Windows.
The GRUB files list Windows as booting off hda1, which I think is wrong. Do I need to change it to sdb1 which is the SATA correct? Or is there more too it. I don't want to screw around with it too much as it too me a long time to get to this point, and don't want to go backwards, haha.
Thanks again for all the help.