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Trying to upgrade t5082 emachines from 1/2 to to 2g. the only way it will boot is if I leave the 1/2g in slot one & put one of the 2g in slot 2. Is there a way to make slot 1 read the 2g?

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Your motherboard has a 1GB limit per slot so the 2 GB sticks are simply not recognized. Take them back and replace them with a 2x1GB set if you still want to upgrade the RAM.

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Try swapping the memory in the two slots. It sounds like either one of the memory chips is bad or one of the memory slots is bad.
If you find that one of the slots is bad, then you might try just putting a 1GB Chip in the slot that works.

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I'm a bit confused....did you have all four of these in the ACER and are trying to put the 2x1GB into the Emachine? And that the 2x1 GB wouldn't work in the Emachine but they did in the ACER and that the 2x512 Acer cards worked in the emachine?

If that is what happened here is my best guess. The ACER MOBO will support 533/667/800 MHZ DDR2 RAM. The Emachine will only support 533 RAM. Iys possible the 2x1GB are either 667 or 800 MHZ and are not compatible with the Emachine but will work in the ACER.

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I have an emachines t5082 and tried installing 2GB (2x1GB) they are a 2-pack, DDR2 6400's The board sees 1GB but when I put both in it won't even give me a boot screen or anything, just a black screen. Is...


eMachines recommends DDR2 at 533MHz.
(PC2-4200)

A lot of ram memory manufacturers, state you can use DDR2 at 667MHz. (PC2-5300)

This is a logical statement due to the fact that a lot of motherboard chipsets, (Northbridge chip specifically),
will allow ONE step up in ram memory frequency rate.

You are going Two steps up.
Who told you this would work?
This is erroneous.
(Mean that in a nice sort of way)

PC 6400 is DDR2 at 800MHz.

Your eMachines T5082 motherboard uses an ATI Radeon Xpress 200 motherboard chipset.

This chipset will only support DDR2 at 667MHz at best.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xpress_200

Suggest you send that ram back, and get PC2-5300.

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I have a eMachines T5082 and have attempted to upgrade the RAM to 2GB (2x1 gb) PC4200. The problem is the computer will read either one or the other of the modules but not both at the same time. Any...


sorry, i re-read your post and saw that you are using 2 sticks,, if you have 4 slots for ram, insert one into the first slow, skip a slot and put the second stick in the 3rd slot, give it a try.

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you should always use the same size ram chips, never mix sizes, this can and will cause failures

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I have installed one 1gb chip into my emachines t5082 computer and it worked fine. So I got another and removed the original 512 MB chip from it and it won't recognize the second 1gb chip.


I'm assuming that your 2nd DIMM is the same type and speed as the 1st one you put in. If you are not sure, check and make sure that it is DDR2, 533MHz, PC4200.

If they are not the same, that is most likely the problem.

If both DIMM's are the same, remove them both and then put one of them back into DDR2 Slot 1. Start your computer and see if the computer recognizes the memory. Remove it and try the other DIMM in the same DDR2 Slot 1.

If both work OK, the problem is on your mainboard.

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