Add memory and then have Kernal panics!
First step is remove the new memory, put the old memory back and watch that puppy boot correctly.
When I had memory added to my MacBook Pro, I started having kernal problems (comp. would not boot). When I took it back to company they said I had bad sectors on the old hard drive that caused problem. I replaced hard drive, everything is almost fine except when I want to update software the comp. will find what I need, download files. Normally it would then write the files and do a restart. My comp. never finishes writing the files so my system can be updated. Last time I tried updating my comp. spent 8 hours writing the files and never finished. Has anyone has this problem? By the way the new hard drive was cloned from the old one.