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Memory not correct

I bought a new memory stick for my computer which was stated as 1 meg but it only shows up as 512 in the slot when tested with crucial memory scanner
the new one is 2100 and the other 512 is 2700 but it says they should both work ,but why does it only show up as 512 please

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