Do you have an AGP card you can put in there? I had the same issue, with the same CPU, different RAM, and different mother board (BUT it was an nforce IGP board).
1) I had to get rid of the Mobile CPU, I didn't want to do the wire mod on the chip, and the FSB/Multiplier wasn't settable in the bios like on the Biostar. Once I got a Barton 2500+ I still had issues, I got further into the installation of XP and 2k, but not much. I played RAM roulette for awhile and after consulting this web page: http://nvidia.com/content/nForceMemo...patibility.asp I used Buffalo from Newegg and it works well. I know there are some ADATA RAM listed, I got A DATA too, but it had the wrong chips on it, not the ones listed.
Also make sure you aren't trying to run the RAM at PC3200 (400 mhz) speed if using the onboard video, it needs to be run at 333.