From: Stephen_Reilly at domain dell.com
Date: Tue 16 Apr 2002 - 10:06:31 IST
>It can take up to 256MB dimms - up to 512MB total between the two dimms.
>The pc100 it sees fine. PC133 is a problem
>PC100 ram reads correctly.
>the 256MB pc133 dimm was seen as 128MB
>128MB pc133 dimms are seen as 64MB each
The only limitation I can think of in this scenario is that if you
mix 100 with 133 RAM then the 133 will run at 100... Although when I set up
my PC at home (IWill motherboard) the RAM was being picked up as 100Mhz and
showed, if I remember correctly, only half the RAM's worth. Will your
motherboard take 133s ? There was a setting in the BIOS to allow for 133 (it
was set to 100 by default) but off hand I can't remember exactly where it
was. Have a good look through the BIOS choices. It is in there somewhere,
I'll take a look at mine when I get home this evening and see if I can
remember what the hell I did to fix it ...
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