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« on: March 03, 2004, 12:38:16 AM »

Operating System Version: windows 95
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Problem Hardware Make & Model: Packard Bell M415 Multimedia Model A940-TWR

I am helping a friend upgrade his pc. He had 2 memory (sdram) sticks in the pc: an 8meg & a 16 meg (factory installed, he believes.) Apparently his system can use up to a 64 meg stick. I have a compatable 64meg stick (PC100). Once we get the 64 meg stick up and running, we'll be able to upgrade from the Windows 95 to something newer. I tried to install the 64meg stick, but the system doesn't automatically recognize it. When I put in the PC doctor disk which his system came with, the SDRAM readout said that the 64meg stick was installed, but under the heading  "Available", it said 0. What can I do to get the system to use the new stick. Oh, also, when I put the old sticks back in  the computer and lookup the system in the Control Panel, it correctly states that 24meg is there. When the 64meg stick is in, it states that 16meg is there. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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