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Continual reboot with second memory module

I just bought a 1 gig memory module to add to the 512 mB module that was already installed. When both are in the computer, it continually reboots and never powers up.

I I install either module by itself, the computer works fine.

Any ideas? thanks, dave

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Your memory isn't an exexact match. The 512MB you have in is probablyis Kingston, part # KT3311/512, PC2100/2700, 512MB DDR. You should get Kingston part # KT3311/1G, PC2100/PC2700, 1 GB DDR. You can use another manufacturer but everything must match exactly execpt the size of course. The speed, DDR, everything. Make sure you have the new chip seated correctly and in all the way first. Of course if it doesn't match the specs of your other chip it won't matter. Best thing to do if buying locally is take the first chip with you. If not buying locally, have it with you when you order to make sure it matches.

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