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I have a Toshiba Tecra M2 Laptop. I just installed (2) 1gb ram chips. Bios only shows 1.256 Windows only shows 1.256 Where or how do I access or show 2gb RAM>

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This could be bad memory or possibly (but unlikely) a bad memory controller. To test this remove one stick and power it on and look at the size, than switch the pieces of memory and check that one. If they both show 1gb then try each stick in the other slot. If they both do not show 1 gb then there is the problem.

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