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Dual channel problem

Hi! i am having a hard time how to run my system in dual channel memory.i am running vista ultimate 32 bit with 2GB of DDR2 533 of RAM,CPU Intel pentium D 2.66 ghz and using Nvidia 8500 GT 512 MB.i ran cpuid and it reported that im running in single channel no doubt why my windows experience index base score is only 2.5.can anybody help me resolve this?

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    my motherboard is asus p5s-mx se running vista with x2 1gb of ram which are the same but will only show up in single channel,dual core/core2 dou,any one help to run this in dual core.

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Is the 2 GB of memory in two identical 1GB sticks? what slots are they installed in? Check to make sure they are installed in slots 1 and 3 (usually - I dont know what motherboard you are using.), and the motherboard is enabled to dual channel mode .

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