The video card drivers are most often the cause of such behavior. Go to the Asus site and get the latest drivers. It could be a problem with overheating. It could also be the RAM problem, try to download and run memtest86 to check.
Cant tell you anything other than I was having probs (turned out to be SATA cable) but I was checking my RAM. I have 4 sticks OCZ 512mb PC2 6400. I took the two out of the 'B' slots and tried booting, was OK, then swapped them round, this was OK too. So I concluded that the RAM wasnt at fault. But when I try running it with all 4 sticks, I get the same message as you guys......
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW TOO!
MY WAFER RAM ITS A KINGSTON ONE! AND IT IS BRAND NEW!
I have the same problem. When I put two sticks of RAM in the two slots the computer will not boot. When I remove one of the RAM sticks the computer boots OK & shows the message. This happens when I use Kingston DDR2 800 KVR Ram which is the first recommended Ram in the handbook. I have also tried other brand RAM with the same result. I am using AMD 4800+ CPU. It appears to me to be a Bios Problem. Maybe the Bios 0406 update will fix this problem. Has anyone tried this if so please advise the result.