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Memory upgrade I have an ibm netvista 8307 trying to upgrade to 2GB (2x1GB modules) have tried both PC2700 333 and PC2100 266 DDR but neither seem to work as the pc refuses to boot after the installation. If i put the original memory 512MB (2x256MB) the pc boots. Is there a jumper to set. My motherboard is a gigabyte ga-8igmiu factory fitted c2003. Thanx

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No jumper just touchy mobo on ram u buy u have to buy ram off ebayt samsung low denstity 64x64 chip config ok like i did and it workeed mark this as fixed ya so others can get same help thx nick

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