Question about ASUS COMPUTER INTL P5SD2-VM MBD MATX LGA 775-SIS 672 968 VGA FETH (610839154845) Motherboard
If you are installing two or more RAM modules try to use the same make and speed RAM ,sometimes mixing RAM from different manufacturers won't work.
The RAM module may be faulty, try inserting one RAM module at a time to see if each RAM module works before inserting all the RAM modules.
Check the motherboard manual to see if the RAM meets the specification.
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Unplug both ram dim. Plugin one single ram dim and check. Remove first and plugin second dim then check is detected ? If both are detected one by one then check clock speed of both rams , it should match, otherwise only one will be detected. Also check motherboard manual for supported ram eg. ddr1, ddr2 , cloack speed etc.
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