Memory compatibility?

I have had a Gateway GT4024 for a while, and I upgraded the RAM to 2GB (max) and I needed to replace the motherboard because my RAM was bottlenecking my overall performance. So I bought a EVGA 730i motherboard and I knew that it was compatible withe 533Mhz DDR2 but when I put both sticks in, it would display on the POST code, E7. So I tested the RAM and only one stick, by itself, only worked. To test the other piece, I put it in my older motherboard and it worked perfectly. The only difference in the RAM that one is
and the other is

Can someone please explain the difference to me?
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