Question about EliteGroup ECS K8T800-A (1.0) AMD K8 SOCKET754 HT1600 DDR400 ATX RETAIL Motherboard
If you are sure your motherboard can handle a 1 GB RAM stick, then the general answer is that the motherboard can not run High Density RAM stick as yours is possibly. You might need to exchange it for a stick of Low Density RAM.
According to some quick research, it says your motherboard can only read up to 2 GB TOTAL of RAM even if you have more installed.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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