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System upgrading i want to upgrade my memory but this motherboard seems to reject most of the available memories in the market.Please advice on the specific memory specification to use and the maximum memory i can insert on each slots on the motherboard.

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Hello!

I think your memory specs is DDR 400 nonECC.
Maximum-is 2GIG

please refer to this site for more info. http://www.memoryx.net/p4vm800m7.html

may this help, melnavz

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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    Emelio Navaja Mar 17, 2008

    YOu can insert 1Gig per slots ..If you use 512, then you have to buy 2-512mb, it should be pair or else use only one.


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