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Bios altering for ram.

Hi can anyone tell me what i should alter in my bios so i can make the 4 x 512mb rams work together. i have to alter he dual chanel ram but i cannot find this in the bios is it called something different in an acer aspire t180 . thanks allt for any help it is appreciated very much.

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Are you sure your acer supports this type of ram ... check out the specs on the website first ... any ram sertting in the BIOS will be under advanced chipset settings ...

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