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I have installed one 1gb chip into my emachines t5082 computer and it worked fine. So I got another and removed the original 512 MB chip from it and it won't recognize the second 1gb chip.

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I'm assuming that your 2nd DIMM is the same type and speed as the 1st one you put in. If you are not sure, check and make sure that it is DDR2, 533MHz, PC4200.

If they are not the same, that is most likely the problem.

If both DIMM's are the same, remove them both and then put one of them back into DDR2 Slot 1. Start your computer and see if the computer recognizes the memory. Remove it and try the other DIMM in the same DDR2 Slot 1.

If both work OK, the problem is on your mainboard.

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