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MS 6714 v5 mainboard won't recognize 1gb PC266 DIMM, only sees 256mb

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SOURCE: MS 6714 v5 mainboard won't recognize 1gb PC266

1. chk what FSB ( front side bus speed) is your mainboard.
2. Try the Dimm on Another MB or pc to see if its a good working dimm

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1. chk what FSB ( front side bus speed) is your mainboard.
2. Try the Dimm on Another MB or pc to see if its a good working dimm

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