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Why MIS P4M900M3 couldn't support 1GB ,2GB RAM when they are together?

I put both together on the same obother
Kingston 5300 667 -2G
Kingston 5300 667 -1G

why MIS P4M900M3 couldn't support when they are together? my mother support max 4GB

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You can't use two different size at a time, they must be of same size. If you will use two sims both of 2G then it will work, either you can use both of 1G.

There is no problem no your motherboard niether in SIMs.

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