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Memory Bank 1 Not Installed

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I have an Intel D845EPI motherboard with only 256 MB on it. I want to add another 256 to the other memory slot but that slot isn't picking up in the BIOS. Its just greyed out with no options to enable it. I've upgraded the BIOS to VA84510A.86A.0056.A20. Is there anything else I can do? Jumper setting?

Thanks.

-Steve

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  • Buddy16 Jan 02, 2009

    Thanks to everyone for their input. I put in two sticks of 256 MB of the same speed. It tested good. I should have known that on my own.

    -Steve

  • Jarish Castañeda
    Jarish Castañeda May 11, 2010

    Hi, jumper setting is used for harddisk only. What type of your other 256mb memory card? because if you want to upgrade memory cards, their types should be the same. ex. Like if your using PC-667 256mb memory, the other memory card should also be PC-667. So are the types of your memory cards the same?



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Remove the cmos battery for about and hour make sure that the power is unplugged from the pc then reset your bios options

if that fails , use the new ram by itself first if all ok
then use the old ram in the second slot..

hope this helps

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