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Intel specs:
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d865glc/sb/CS-027110.htm

It supports DDR400, DDR333 or DDR266 SDRAM DIMMS
(DDR400 is the best)

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One of the RAM modules may be faulty. To determine which RAM module is faulty, remove both RAM modules and insert one RAM module at a time to determine the faulty RAM module.
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Hi this model sopport 2Gig Memory Ram.


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Your Motherboard is an Intel Model # D865GL

you can find all the drivers for it at the following link
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