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I just bought two 1 GB memory for my Averatec 1000, after installation it onlt recognizes 1 GB of Ram. How do I get it to operate with 2 GBs?

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  • spotecus Jun 29, 2009

    PNY 1 GB DDR PC2700



    Windows XP Pro

  • spotecus Jun 29, 2009

    PNY 1 GB DDR PC2700

    Optima Memory

    MN1024SD1-33-BB



    Compatible with:

    PC2700 (333MHz)

    PC2100 (266MHz)

    PC1600 (200MHz)



    .999 GB RAM

  • spotecus Jun 30, 2009

    Thanks for the quick and helpful response. One of the RAM is bad.

    Sometimes we forget to be logic and methodical in our solutions when things don't quite work out like we expect.

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This laptop should recognise the 2 GB of member. Can I please have the full make and model of both memory modules you have purchased?

Also, let me know what operating system you are running.

Thanks.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

  • Anonymous Jun 29, 2009

    Thanks. I'll really need the full model of the module. It should be on a label on the module itself or the packaging or invoice. I can then ensure it is fully compatible.



    Also, if you could try going to Start, right-click My Computer, Properties. Does it show only 1 GB there?



    Thanks.

  • Anonymous Jun 30, 2009

    It really should work. Can you try removing one module and leave only one in there, boot the laptop and see if the 1 GB is recognised.



    Then remove that module and place only the other module into the same slot and boot with that and see if 1 GB is recognised.



    If one module wasn't recognised but the other was in the same slot, it could be a bad module. If both are recognised in the same slot, it means both modules are working.



    In this case, do the same thing as above, this time in the other slot. If the other slot doesn't recognise the module, it could be a faulty slot.



    Let me know how it goes.



    Also, kindly provide the exact model of your laptop please. I know it's the 1000 series, but is there anything else more specific on the base label of the laptop?



    Thanks.

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