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Memery says my board can take 4 gig but back slots wont take the memey y is this

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Make sure you bought the right type of memory. Refer to you pc's user manual the the correct memory modules.

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Hi,
If 2 memory banks are filled totalling 2 gigs then you can obviously add another 2 gigs totalling 4gigs. This is a lot of memory for a system & although I'm not sure if your board can handle 2 gigs per bank, I personally believe that 8gigs is overkill & unneccesary.

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Don't bother upgrading that old thing.

You can pick up a much better second hand Pentium 4 for $60 or so, and even Windows XP can only handle about 4 Gigs of RAM.

Very few Pentium 3s will support a 2Gig module in each slot. Just because they sell 2 Gig sticks does not mean they will work in your computer.

If you want to know how much memory your old machine will hold and support, just go to:

WWW.CRUCIAL.COM

When you get there, run their SCAN MY COMPUTER utility.

This will tell you exactly how much memory and what type you currently have installed, how many memory slots are available on the motherboard, how much each slot will support individually, as well as the maximum total amount of RAM that the motherboard will support.

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however, the largest ram stick they currently make is 2 gigs. your board can support 2x4gigs of ram (8 altogether), buit the most ram you can currently purchase is 2x2gigs (for 4 gigs altogether).

additionally, you have to have a 64 buit version of windows to regognize all 8 gigs if you had them.
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Hi,
The motherboard is a socket A (AMD) processor board

The board supports DDR400*/DDR333/DDR266/DDR200 SDRAM

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