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Memory upgrade i have a dell i am trying to upgrade the system to 1GB but it is not seeing the 2x512Mb sticks that i have installed whatcould be the problem.

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I concur with crazeetrayn

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    Matthew Spark Mar 07, 2009

    i concur with crazeetrayne, you can only install 512 max ram, by using 2x256 sticks

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Dell dimension 4100's only support a maximum of 512MB ram.

2 - 256MB PC133 SDRAM modules - 1 in each slot

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Memory (Page 10 in user manual).
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http://www.foxconnchannel.com/support/downloads.aspx?ProductModel=945G7MA-8KS2&TypeID=en-us0000001

Foxconn 945G7MA-8KS2 motherboard main page link.
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Hi,

the memory you're about to purchase will not work. the maximum gig that the computer can handle per stick is only 1 gig. this system is not designed for 4 gig barrier.

hope this helps.

thanks.

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