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Unless only one 256-MB memory module is
installed, the modules must be installed in identical pairs. If you want
512MB total, you will need to populate by using two identical 256MB
modules or use the same technique for larger memory sticks. That model supports up to 4GB ram of the following type;
I assume you installed another 128Mb of RAM to give you a total of 256Mb.
It is most likely the 2nd RAM module is not compatible with the other RAM module. Try using the same make.
Purchase and install a single RAM module 256Mb or 512Mb these are not expensive.
Windows xp will usually only see 3.5 gbs of ram even in your motherboard can support more. WIndowns vista does recognize more RAM or i also believe windows xp 64bit recognizes more ram. Nothing wrong with ram or your computer its just your operating system.
If you need Ram, you need to contact your server manufacturer to find a product number for your server and memory model/size. You can add up 16GB of RAM DDR2. Many manufacturers also provide compatible memory like Transcend or Kingmax.