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Old 09-04-2009, 07:09 AM   #1
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Hi, Iv'e just upgraded my ram from 520 to 1gig and my computer seems to be runnig slower rather than faster, which i expected, could there be some kind of conflict going on? please help
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Anything is possible, and I assume you mean "512 to 1gig". Is all of the RAM recognized by the BIOS? Is all of the RAM recognized by XP?
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also if the slow one is closer to the cpu then try putting the 1 gig near the cpu and the 512mb after it. if still nothing keep the old ram out
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thanks for both replys, first i left the old ram out, secondly how do i check whether it is recognised by the bios? once again thanks to you both,
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What does task manager show for installed memory?
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