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The memory must be matched registered1333 MHz DDR 3 ECC memory. Make sure that the memory you purchased meets these requirements or the motherboard will not recognize any DIMMs that do not meet the requirements set by the manufacturer.
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;
Three times 1024, minus 8, is 3064.
The "missing" 8MB has been "stolen" as "video-memory" for the built-in video-adapter.
Since 3192 minus 3064 is 128, only the first 128MB out of the 1024MB is available to Windows.
It's the "design-architecture" of the 32-bit version of Windows which is the problem; hence, there is a 64-bit version of Windows which _fully_ recognizes more than 3GB of RAM, if, of course, the motherboard and CPU support 64-bit functionality.
The memory might be correct, but the server may require matching RAM. Check your hardware specs for details, but you may need two matching modules in the correct banks for the server to recognize and utilize the RAM.
You have the same machine as i. To the best of my knowledge it does not support 2 gig sticks. Thats why the say it only supports 4 gig of ram. I hope that is correct still. I also do not have a12 Bios so it could have changed.
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.