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Adding More Memory

When I started using this MB I had 2 512mb PC3200 DIMM's installed in DIMM A1 [blue] and DIMM B1 [blue] these worked with no problem.

Later I decided to add more memory and as I only change 1 area at a time when making changes, I removed the 512mb DIMM's and installed 2 1gb PC3200 DIMM's in their place at DIMM A1 [blue] and DIMM B1 [blue] . They worked fine.

Then I installed the 2 512mb DIMM's into DIMM A2 [black and DIMM B2 [black]. When I started to boot up the monitor showed nothing at all except it's built in check saying the monitor was OK. Thinking I might have damaged the 512mb DIMM's I removed all the DIMM's and installed the 2 512mb DIMM's into DIMM A1 [blue] and DIMM B1 [blue] and they worked with no problem.

I cannot make the computer work with all the DIMM slots filled. I have heard that others had the same problem. What's the fix?

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Mode Dimm A1 DimmA2 DIMM b1 dIMM b2
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