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bongsaber69

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i put 2 256 ram sticks in my computer, i only have 2 slots.. my computer says i only have 368 memory, and it doesnt even feel like i have 368, and 368 is an odd number for ram. my computer is clean of virus, spyware, etc.and both ram sticks are the same whats wrong?


AMD Duron™
945 MHz, 368 MB of RAM

if u need system specs, can u tell me how to get them without opening my computer?
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Download and install Everest Home Edition

Run the programme, click + next to computer then summary

At the top, click report, quick report, plain text, save then remove any personal details listed at the top, attach the report here using add reply, browse, add this attachment, add in to post

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Download and install Everest Home Edition

Run the programme, click + next to computer then summary

At the top, click report, quick report, plain text, save then remove any personal details listed at the top, attach the report here using add reply, browse, add this attachment, add in to post

thnx, so what info do u need to help me with my problem???
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Edit it so that it starts with motherboard and goes to storage

It may well be BIOS or chipset
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You probably have an onboard graphics card which doesn't have its own dedicated memory but use from the system RAM and its set to use 128MB
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