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I had only one 256mb, I replaced with 2- 512mb and now my computer is only recoginizing 512mb. What do I need to do to get it recogize the entire 1gb of memory???
I have the same problem and the only reasonable solution is to send the unit back to fix the motherboard. I bought two 512 MB modules, installed them both for a total of 1 GB, only to have the machine recognize 512 MB. After swapping the modules around and even depopulating all memory, I found that the slot closest to the front is not working. When I populate a module only in that slot, the BIOS beeps a memory error code when powering up the machine. I've read other posts that claim this is a latent defect in this model. Some folks have even had their T30's degrade to where the once-working front slot no longer works. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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