Ok, there is only one thing left in the BIOS, i dont remember exact location, but find anything that says "boot with memory >64 megs", or something like that. I remember enabling it in order for PC to detect 128 megs stick. If that will not help, then i am out of order with this one
"akuna mutata" braza... :wink:
March 6, 2001 8:46:46 PM
I don't see any similar option, but thank you for your help.
I have a small theory on what happens.
The ABIT doesn't support the DIMM of 512 MB reason why I believe that alone 128 MB recognizes for each side of DIMM and my memoirs have 256 MB in a side.
Perhaps I am saying a foolishness, but I am not happened another thing.
Mateu, your problem is that the BX6 does NOT RECOGNIZE 256 Mb DIMMS! The largest memory DIMM it will recognize is 128Mb per DIMM slot (for a total of 512 Mb that MUST USE 4 slots). Sorry, you cannot fix this problem.