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Inspiron 2200 Memory Module not recognised

I added a 512 MB memory module in my Inspiron 2200 expansion slot. Unfortunately the PC does not recognise the extra memory. removing and re-inserting the module did not change it. I am lost....

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Are you sure its the correct speed/type of RAM? According to Google your laptop takes PC2700 DDR RAM, ensure you are using this in both slots to avoid problems. If you have it fully inserted into the slot and nothing happens when you swtich it on then the laptop doesnt like that type of RAM and you'll need to change it.

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