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P4VXASD2+ motherboard, trying to upgrade RAM

I have 2-512 133 chips in now i have 2- 1gig 266 chips i want to install, when i put them in... nothing cpu wont start.
i dont have the manual for the MB , a dip or pin setting ?

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Get the memory specified for the mb. If that doesn't work get a new mb.

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