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Memory problem i have intel 2.66 p4 motherboard. in the starting i got 512mb of ram but now i got 1gb extra memory of ddr2. but when i use 512mb of ram is shows 446mb is accepted by the system and when i use 1gb of ram it still shows 446mb of memory is accepted by the system i am very curious to know that what is the problem of my pc that why it does not accept the 1gb of memory.

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It's possible that the new RAM is incompatible with your motherboard. Check board specs to see list of supported RAM & check against what you have. Hope this helps.

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