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I have a problem that I am hoping one of you can help with. I did have a look through the forum and couldn’t find a similar post.
I bought an NC10 yesterday along with 2gb of the corsair 667mhz ram.
I have installed the ram as per instruction. It however only shows in the bios and in xp as 1gb of ram. computer boots and works fine just doesn’t show the extra ram
Is there something I need to do to get it to recognise the 2gb?
No the bios should pick up the ram upgrade automatically. It will show as less than 2GB in XP because of the video memory allocation though. You could use CPU-Z to identify the RAM and if it says you have 1GB then you probably got ripped off? Where did you get it from?
my gut feeling is that they’ve shipped a 1Gb stick by mistake……
or you put the wrong stick back in ;o)
microdirect in the uk, so they are generally pretty good.
Going to test it in my laptop and see if it is a mistake then.
Thanks for the help guys
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