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1gb DDR 400 not recognized

I'm trying to upgrade my ASUS A7V8X-X motherboard from 768MB of ram 50 over 1 gig. It currently has 3 sticks of 2356mb PC2700. I bought a signle stick of 1gb PC3200. It will not recognixe. I'm running XP. Any ideas?

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That board needs to have minimally memory in pairs .. get another 1Gb stick

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