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Trying to upgrade ram, only reading 512 instead of the gig i put in, can i reset jumpers or is there any other way. i don't have motherboard manual

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  • edwardian13 May 10, 2010

    sorry
    i have inserted 2 * 512 modules, but only reading each one as 256

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You can only have the gig stick the board is older and can only utilize 1 gig at most take out the 512 and your gig will show up i promis

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