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I istalled 256mb ram but if i check in the computer properties it shows only 128mb. my mother board is va6 and a processor of p3.
It also happens in some case that half portion of RAM dosent work. its due to technical faults.
you may have to replace the RAM soon.
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Posted on Jan 07, 2008
Even if the new memory is 256mb, the motherboard will not read it as such but a max of only 128mb. Alternately, what you need is to get is another 128mb SRAM rated at 100/133 MHz. Sorry to say but yours is a common problem when newer memory are fitted to a relatively not so recent machine.
Good luck and kind regards.
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