Question about Computers & Internet
This is not a software problem. The problem lies in the motherboard.
The motherboard which you are using is an AL440LX motherboard which supports a maximum of 384MB of RAM. The computer will not recognize any more RAM. In order to use 384MB, you will have to add a 128MB RAM along with the 256MB already present and not any more !!
This is the solution !!
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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