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Bios does not pick up both banks of a 2 gig replacement ddr2 memo

Desktop philips iqon, 3.06ghz intel celeron r,original chip(memory) was 256 meg, took it to shop he just said it was my board (yeah right),incidently the board is a foxxcom, so one memory slot used (2gig) only 1 gig detected? bios is set to auto detect chip speed,and thats as much as i know(i have no manual, just got it 2 days ago) ddr2 is brand new

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  • paul_sinclai Jan 28, 2009

    will do ,looks like it could be 2 1 gig chips then,thanks

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Here is the download  ASER support website for your model desktop.    My guess is that  the BIos was not written to see more than one GB per slot. Download a manual to confirm.

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