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Additional 128 mb ram is not reconignies in ram slot

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Remove all RAM, and eseat the new 128 board.

The new board MUST be :
128MB (1X128MB) PC100 NONECC UNBUFFERED 168 PIN SDRAM DIMM

If the criteria is anything but the configuration above, it will not work.
Also because of the type of memory, I am guessing the age of the board (or system) check to see what the max RAM is and see if your new board exceeds that amount.

Good luck.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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