Ram not recognised

  RussG 20:29 24 Oct 2003
Locked

Here's a strange one. Purchased a 256 stick to upgrade from 128. Board can take upto 512 (so it says)

On boot up showed 2 x 128, swopped them round, tried the 256 on its own - wouldn't recognise 256.
Returned to shop who tested it as 256. They suggested that maybe my board would only take 2 x 128 (doubted this but hey I'm no expert). They changed the 256 for a 128 (and gave me a refund)
now its showing as 64.

Any ideas? Is it a fault on the dimm slots or motherboard.

Thanks Russ

What does the motherboard manual say?

  RussG 20:49 24 Oct 2003

Actually the manual says 168 pin 3.3.v unbuffered SDRAM memory modules and it should take 2 x 512.

I can't check the stick right now as its installed, I will check tomorrow and come back if I need further help.

Could it just be a compatibility problem?

Cheers

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Elsewhere on IDG sites

Fujitsu Lifebook P727 laptop review

11 best portfolio websites for designers and artists

Office for Mac buying guide: Price, Office 2017 rumours & new features

Comment désactiver les programmes qui s'exécutent au démarrage de Windows 10 ?