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Bios i have jus put a gig ram pc3200 400ghz and my old ram was pc2100 266ghz how do i change from 266 to 400 in bios thamks

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You must enter the bias menu, every PC has a hot key that you press repeatedly just after you start and before the operating system starts up, call or consult the manufacturer for the hot key location, mine is F2, after you get into the menu for changing the bios just follow the on screen menu information..

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to reattch one by one.
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Hi Terry, you're board, PC Chips P23G only supports a max memory of 2GB. Please check pg. 9 of your manual, Installing Memory Modules.
Please be noted you can NOT use DIMM DDRII 1~2 (DDR2 533/400) and DIMM DDR1~2 (DDR 400/333) simultaneously. Only use either DDR2(533/400) or DDR(400/333) memory modules! (You should check the spec's of the other board before inserting memory that may not be supported). (You can damage the memory)
Click the link listed below for you're PC Chips P23G board.
Suggest you save this link to you're favorites.
http://www.pcchips.com.tw/PCCWeb/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?MenuID=92&LanID=2&DetailID=387&DetailName=BIOS

You will notice there is a fix for:
Patch code to fix REALTEK clock buffer sometimes couldn't detect DDR2.
Once there, click BIOS. Scrol down to the bottom of the page & read special notes. Than click the drop down menu & pick a download site. Creat a folder on you're desktop to store the download. Uncompress the .zip file. You will than have a folder named 070115 & a ROM file named 070115.ROM
This bios flash program requires you to use a floppy disk drive to flash the bios.
Follow the instruction at this link to flash you're bios.
http://www.motherboards.org/articles/guides/42_1.html

If you find to hard to folow you can pick another from this google search site.
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=how+to+flash+a+bios+&btnG=Search

Good Luck! & Take your time.
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Mike

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