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Posted on Aug 23, 2012
Is the memory of the same brand, you sometimes can not mix and match memory and some PC's require two slots of memory to function, if memory is of same brand it is possible that memory is bad. reseat both sticks and retry, if same problem replace memory again
Posted on Aug 23, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can use two kinds of memory with the same speed 266 or 400 but you cannot use both with different speed. i suggest you change the lower speed with the higher speed.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
SOURCE: i have purchashed additional ram
Generally this will happen when you install the RAM with diff specifications or unsupported size (MBs).
Points to be noted before replacing the RAM:
* Maximum memory supported by your computer.
* Memory specifications compatiblity.
You can get the memory module specfications of your computer from its manufacturer.
If this is happening even after installing the correct RAM then you have to try with diff brand RAM.
While manufacturing the RAM, they have to follow many standards. If they won't follow those standards, then this issue may accout. So, check with another brand.
Pls reply if you need more information
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
You should check with the folks at Dell since whoever wrote their technical manuals for this machine can't do basic math. There are 2 memory slots and each can handle a maximum capacity of 512MB, yet they claim the maximum capacity for the machine is 2GB instead of 1GB. Using 512MB modules would probably work.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
it does not have an exact maximum RAM.
The reason the Ram did not work with the mother board is because, the Ram is not compatible with the mother board.
Until you get the exact compatible RAM, the board will not recognize it.
I have experienced this a lot of time.
I wish you the best.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
SOURCE: Installed ram in pc not working
Have u installed compatible RAM i.e. of same frequency as earlier RAM or just installed another RAM. Pl check for this . Also increase paging and ur system speed will do increase. Also keep ur primary partition less loaded for this.
Posted on May 23, 2010
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