Memory Tags: Memory Windows XP Last response: February 7, 2010 3:08 AM in Memory Share rayshafik February 6, 2010 2:43:29 AM The BIOS detects the new 1gb, but the system properties in windows xp pro detects it 248M as it was before the upgrade, and the computer is just as slow as it was before. Any ideas? More about : memory shagrathdex666 February 6, 2010 4:55:09 AM try setting it on the other memory slot dimm maybe that will redetect your 1gb ram m 0 l lolemaselu February 7, 2010 3:08:36 AM Did you enable Remapping in BIOS? Or sometimes you may have the Max Memory enabled. If you disiable it it may fix your problem. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedAvailable memory (much?) less than installed Forum SolvedUpgrading laptop memory. Forum SolvedPlease check if this memory would work Forum SolvedGPU memory differences. Forum SolvedRecommended memory ? Forum Solvedmemory stick doesn't work in one slot but works in other Forum SolvedHow identify ECC non-registered memory? Forum Solveddoes ram memory matters or frequency in gaming Forum SolvedBIOS -Share Video memory setting ? Forum SolvedAsking for memory recommendation Forum SolvedDoes the memory benefit the gpu vram? Forum SolvedAdjust Shared Video Memory Forum SolvedASUS Maximux VI Formula and Memory Question Forum Solvedwhat memory slots do i install my two 8gb ddr3 2400 ram sticks on the msi z97 gaming 7 ? Forum SolvedCPU temps down after a Memory overclock? Forum SolvedDriver Locked Memory Forum SolvedBest memory for Asus Z97-Deluxe, i7 4790 NO-OVERCLOCK Forum SolvedHalting Browser and Physical Memory Spikes Forum SolvedMemory Upgrade - 4 sticks of 4gigs ok? (8gbs to 16gbs) Forum Solved7670m maximum MEMORY overclock. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Memory categories Compatibility DDR2 DDR3 Dual Channel RAM Corsair G.SKILL !