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Upgrading memory for an everex va4100m

It is only recognizing 1gig stick and not the other. is there a setting that i am missing? thx.

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What do you mean by that? So by the way how many slot of memo do you have? in every slot is there a memory? Whats the capacity? Do you have an outboard video card? If none, try to look into the bios if the shared capacity of your builtin video card is in the full mode. If it is, try to reduce from maximum to munimum. Hope it help!


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