Ram memory is not recognise

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I have  PC that runs an intel pentium 2.9 GHz dual core with 1GB of ram in the form of a single module . I installed another 512MB memory stick with the exact same specifications that are required for the PC. However, the PC does not seem to recognise the memory, even though it is installed correctly and the PC turns on and works as it should. Why does the PC not recognise the memory, and is there a way to make the PC recognise it?

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Ram memory is not recognise

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Look before answering your question there are many thing to know. Was your before installed memory came with 512mb ram with two stick or just 1GB one stick. What type is that like SDRAM, DDR or DDR2 or something else? Pentium support 4 types of RAM. What is your pc chipset? How much is your pc support RAM up to. If adding 512 mb ram exit the up to ram than it is not supported. You have to tell more information. May be your ram is defected or broken. O another question is how many slot there to put ram. There is a perfect solution open your old ram (1GB) than compare with the new one to see that both type is same to ensure that your new ram is supported by your pc.

Answered By 0 points N/A #90583

Ram memory is not recognise

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Your windows can not detect your 2 different memory of different company. There are many reasons for it. Different company has different kinds of technology for creating RAM memory. That’s way windows can not detect different RAM.

The other thing is it may be a hardware problem. May be you want to use 1gb and 512 mb memory in total 1.5 gb. But one of your memories is not properly pleased in the slot or it is not connected at all. Also may be one of your 512 mb memory is burned or damaged so it is not working. In this case use 2 RAM that has same BUS capacity.

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