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remove the 512s and try again, try each stick one by one. make sure that your using the correct slots on the motherboard as module slots with differnt colors often mean that the modules in those slots need to be be the same spec, not nessesarly the same manufactur.
Virtual Memory (or Paging File) is controlled on your computer and is actually space on your hard drive. In windows XP, go to START, right click My Computer and select Properties. Under the Hardware Tab, select Settings under Performance. In the Advanced Tab, under Virtual Memory, select Change. Set the Paging File Size to "System Managed". Click Set>OK>OK>OK.
This error should go away now, unless your hard drive is getting full. Check to make sure that you have at least 25% free space on the hard drive where the Paging File is set up.
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ok lay computer down plat. there are two grey buttons on the side.
compress both at same time.
lift and unit should open
you will see one or two green sticks about 3inches in size sitting in a slot call a address bus. on each end on the slot there are one lever to release the ram from its slot. . make sure you have unpluged unit from the wall socket. DO NOT stand on carpet this will release ESD. elictro magnetic discharge. remember which way the ram stick is facing press down on both end levers and remove the stick from its seating.
put new ram in the same way you took the old 1 out . levers will snap back up into place when you have it seated correctly.
close unit and boot unit. if a blur screen appears shut down and reopen unit repeat procedures by switching the rams around. if problem persist your ram is not compatible and you may have to get a two 512s or so on. i hope this was helpful.
So then are you trying to put in two more 512s for a total of 2 gig or are you putting in two 1 gigs for a total of 3 gigs? One other thing to make sure of: all the ram should be the same type (SDRAM, DRAM, DDR SDRAM, etc and have the same speed (800 mhz, etc). check this and if they do not match, that may be your problem. Let me know what the size of each individual stick of ram that you are putting in.