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Bought ram 256 modules and installed them but only getting 128 from each is there a setting in the bios or a pin setting on the motherboard.

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Hello,
Some motherboards will not see double sided memory modules correctly. Check the motherboard manual or manufacturers web site to be sure. If the board does not see double sided memory then it does just what you are talking about(only sees half the memory size).

I hope this helps, if so please rate my solution.

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