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That OLD motherboard ONLY supports basic DDR RAM; it does NOT work with DDR2 RAM; the board is actually designed to work with PC2100 (DDR 266) RAM, so you can NOT install DDR2 RAM in the RAM slots on that 'board...

Good luck; hope this information helps you

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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