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Kingston valueram 512mb

Uhh i installed it and nothings showing up . I went into the bios , did nothing and just saved to try to make the computer recognize it . Any ideas ? and im running vista ultimate

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How do you mean nothing is showing up?
The fact you can get into BIOS usually means that something is right.

This board can go upto 2GB RAM

look at the kingston configurator page for info and compare it against the memory you bought (exact part numbers are a must). With Windows VIsta Ultimate you should be using 1gb Sticks not 512.

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