Now, as for my hardware setup my motherboard is an TEKRAM S3PRO Model 694A-686A. VIA Technologies Chipset VT82C693 Apollo Pro Plus.
The System Bios has some date and what I presume is the BIOS ID: 03/28/2000 - 694A - 686A - 6A6LGTGAC - 00
My CPU is a Pentium III 800 MHZ. The problem I have is with the RAM. When I got this computer a couple of years back it had 128 MB SDRAM PC133, and that's what showed up when the memory was counted in the beginning. Recently I got another SDRAM module, manufacturer is LGS according to SiSandra, and it has some kind of number on it, it says on a little sticker or something on it: "16'64 PC133 35-2375-00". That got my memory up to 192 MB which was shown when the memory was counting. But today I got a Kingston PC133 256 MB SDRAM. It is single sided I think, it's got 8 little things on one side of it. Anyhow, when the memory is counting it says 192 MB even though i have that one in one of the slots. I've tried a few different positions for the modules since I have 3 memory slots. I tried only putting the Kingston 256 MB in, but then it was read as 128 instead. But when together with the other modules it doesn't show at all.
I hope this can be fixed by upgrading my BIOS..
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