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Dell PE 1600SC invalid memory configuration detected

When we installed 1gb DDR 266 ECC Reg. CL2.5, Computer screen display "invalid memory configuration detected"
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Re: dell PE 1600SC invalid memory configuration detected

May be ur pc not supporting 1gb so make it small means get less than 1gb than try.

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