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Anonymous
June 3, 2004 10:32:29 PM

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Hi again Group,

I just put in 2 x 512 MB RAM into my XP Pro (AMD 2500) computer. Now my
"system Properties" is telling me that I only have 448MB. What have I done
wrong? Help would be greatly appreciated

GL

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Anonymous
June 3, 2004 10:32:30 PM

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Geddy Lee wrote:
> I just put in 2 x 512 MB RAM into my XP Pro (AMD 2500) computer. Now
> my "system Properties" is telling me that I only have 448MB. What
> have I done wrong? Help would be greatly appreciated

My GOD man - Learn to crosspost! This multiple posting is getting old FAST!

Did you make sure (manuals) that your computer (hardware) could handle that
much RAM?
If you did, did you verify the type/speed?
If you did, did you verify the placement?

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Anonymous
June 3, 2004 10:32:31 PM

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PRE-EMPTIVE THREAD CONTINUATION:

Geddy Lee wrote:
> I just put in 2 x 512 MB RAM into my XP Pro (AMD 2500) computer. Now
> my "system Properties" is telling me that I only have 448MB. What
> have I done wrong? Help would be greatly appreciated

Shenan Stanley wrote:
> My GOD man - Learn to crosspost! This multiple posting is getting
> old FAST!
>
> Did you make sure (manuals) that your computer (hardware) could
> handle that much RAM?
> If you did, did you verify the type/speed?
> If you did, did you verify the placement?


Geddy Lee wrote:
> Yes, yes and yes.
>
> Nobody has ever told me how to cross post and I have been at this for
> some time. Every says "Crosspost". Okay....., tell me how.

How much RAM does your BIOS/post screen tell you that you have?

As for your other question about "How to CrossPost" (as well as the ones you
keep coming back for) -
might I suggest learning to use Google?

http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/usenet/xpost.html

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<- Shenan ->
--
The information is provided "as is", with no guarantees of
completeness, accuracy or timeliness, and without warranties of any
kind, express or implied. In other words, read up before you take any
advice - you are the one ultimately responsible for your actions.
!