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memory problem
geneyus4 Aug-09-01 09:36 PM
i jave recently purchased two 128mb pc100 non buffered non eec memory modules .. when i in stall them they dont read as they should
when i install one it reads 128 ( normal )
when i remove that one and in stall the second it only reads 64 mb ( mislabled maybe? )when i install the other one that was reading 128 with the existing one it only reads total 128 ( should be 256mb )now i have an existing 64 that i added too and its no only reading 192 and it should be reading 320 total ... if anyone has any ideas let me know


1. RE: memory problem
lbyard Aug-09-01 09:51 PM
In response to message 0
Sure, simply put, you have a bad memory module. Larry

2. RE: memory problem
geneyus4 Aug-09-01 10:47 PM
In response to message 1
But are both modules purchased bad ? what are the chances of that ?

3. RE: memory problem
lbyard Aug-10-01 03:57 AM
In response to message 2
Higher than a bad motherboard. Larry

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