Question about Computers & Internet
I have HP desktop and had 256mb of total RAM memory in it. i checked it on crucial.com and it suggested me i can go upto 512mb ram total on this motherboard and each slot can handle 256mb of memory . so i bought 2 sticks of double sided 256mb SDRAM. but when i added these sticks it just keep on restarting. i tried both sticks individually and both sticks were working fine. but when i put them together it did't work. So i tried 256mb in one slot and 128 in another slot and it worked fine. could anybody please tell me how can i upgrade it to 512mb memory now. Any other suggestion or information related to this will be very appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Go to http://www.memoryx.net and run the 'Identify my computer' bit, clicking on 'Scan my system' and follow instructions.
The other thing is that if the MAX is 512, you'd want low-density memory.
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