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Extra memory I want to place more memory. Which memory do I have to buy? How do I place them I bought 2 NCPD7audr-50M8A 1 GB PC 3200 but they don't work when I place them

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My manual for P4P800-VM says :-
Mode Dimm A1 DimmA2 DIMM b1 dIMM b2
single ch 1 populated
2 populated
3 populated
4 populated
---------------------------------------- ----------------------------------
Dual ch 1 populated populated
2 populated populated
3 populated popuated populated populated
for dual channel 3 configuration you may
install identical dimms in all four sockets or
identical in A1 and B1 [blue ]
and identical in dimm A2 and dimm B2 [black sockets ].
Probably same as yours
Good luck
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