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Dell Power Edge 2900 couldn't read all memories

We having the Dell Server PowerEdge 2900 is having 2GB Memory but it reads 1 GB.
It is using Windows 2003 Server

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  • anrit02 Jul 25, 2008

    my dell have 2 GB Memory but read as 256 MB , can you help me???

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Try checking if all the slots are working properly by individually putting in a working memory module. If they are, check if all memory modules are working. You will be able to isolate the problem.

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