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Unaible to upgrade RAM

I have an ASUS M2V motherboard, AMD ATHLON 64 x2, and am running Windows XP home.

I have been trying to update RAM from 1Gb to 4Gb.

I have bought 4 X OCZ P800 R22GK DDR2 1Gb sticks. Computer works fine with 2 sticks inserted but will not boot with 3 or 4 sticks inserted.

Any ideas??

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  • sambinu Dec 04, 2007

    I have inserted two 64MB SD Ram. But it still shows 64 MB.

  • 9444 Jun 02, 2010

    It will support 4gb of RAM but it will have to be 2 X 2gb in two of the slots only.



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It will only support up to 2GB Ram and the same memory specification

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