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Adding extra ram -Regarding

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I have 945gcnl motherboard & 1GB DDR2Ram
I want to increase my ram memory 2GB, there is two pci slots so i was inserted the additional 1 GB ram but my pc working in only 1 GB no improvement and showing only 1 GB ram in system properties what will do for insert an additional ram?

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Fiend your solution direct from intel. Here is your solution....

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IF IT IS RUNNING XP DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY IT WONT DO ANY BETTER, YOU NEED TO DO IS GET 2 MATCHED 512 STICKS SO IT WILL BE DUAL CHANNEL. XP IS SLOWER WITH MORE THAN A GIG OF RAM.

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Are you absolutely certain that both are DDR2? If so, try each module by itself and see if the computer will boot up. If it does on one and not the other, one is either bad or the wrong type of RAM. I might also suggest that you ensure the modules are installed securely.

Crucial.com also recommends that for maximum performance you should install a matched pair of modules, although it is not necessary.

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