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Sorry but this type of old motherboard has a limitation of having a 512MB of RAM as the maximum so there will be no way of upgrading it to a higher RAM, the best option that you can do is to change the motherboard to a new one....
every motherboard should have a led light always on to indicate that there if power in it. the problem with system rebooting has to do with the ram or processor, since you said it does not recognize the hdd at times that means that the ram is working abnormally i.e it is week, u know ram means random access memory, so change the ram and make sure u get the right ram for your system