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Hi Dear ; When I install memory RAM of 1.0GB .. get ERROR

Hi Dear ; When I install memory RAM of 1.0 GB, the compueter doesn`t complete starting and give me a message of ERROR : ( the Blue Page) .. ,
Now : I had insert 2 Pcs of RAM : 512MB Each,and works properly..,But it is : SLOW.. , I like Now to lncrease the memory to : 2 GB : ( 1GB+1GB ) , How to solve that without getting ERROR , and continue operating the computer ...,
My methor board is :
motherboard Foxconn UY5U70301605 PC 865G7HFSH
020 100J00 004G
in the Edge also find this no.: N15235
Thankyou .. ,
Best regards
sam mareo

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With 1024MB of RAM, Windows XP should be _fast_ (although Windows Vista will be slow).

Look at each stick of the 512MB RAM -- look for 'PC2100' (or, equivalently, 'DDR266') or 'PC2700' (or equivalently 'DDR333') or 'PC3200' (or equivalently 'DDR400') labels.
Look at each stick of the 1GB RAM, for the similar labels.

Then, make sure that you put "equivalent" or "faster" RAM,
i.e., if your current RAM is 'PC2700', then do _NOT_ use 'PC2100' RAM.

You've got several combinations of RAM to try in your 2 "slots" for RAM:
* 512MB plus 512MB
* 512MB plus 1GB (4 different "pairs" to try)
* 1GB plus 512MB (4 different "pairs" to try)
* 1GB plus 1GB
* 1GB and empty (try one stick, then try the other stick)
* empty and 1GB (try one stick, then try the other stick)

Keep notes about which combinations work, and which do not.
It's possible that one of your 4 sticks of RAM is "bad".

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Cant find your motherboard on the support page, is the memory your trying to install the same speed?

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