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Memory Hi help please Actual RAM intalled 512 MB, mother board show 244 MB. system too slow. motherboard is P4 TITAN GA-8S661FXM-775 thanks

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If you have two sticks of ram .... 256 each one is not working... take them out and reseat them. if that doesn't work swap slots.... you are likely using about 8mb for system video or perhaps more so you are not likely to show a full 512 mb.

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