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Is your memory not fully recognized? (Intel VX chipset Memory recognition)
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Hi everyone. I'm stuck with an really annoying issue. I installed a second SDRAM PC100 module with 64MB on an Abit BH6 board. A module with similar spec is already installed, so i'm expecting a total of 128MB in BIOS to be initialized but only 64MB remains. However, when i check with EVEREST, both modules are there. The only difference i noticed was that a module, identified with BIOS, does not support early RAS# precharge and that unidentified one supports it. What i know for sure is that modules are non-ECC and that they generally shouldn't have any mutual conflicts, not considering early RAS# precharge. MOBO chipset is BX440. And just one more. Does BX440 supports AGP in 4X mode or is there a way to tweak it to. Just a yes or no, no need for an explanation. Thank's a bunch.
those tools only display the contents of the SPD which is a small eeprom on the module. it doesn't say anything about the status of the module. you could even plug in a module without any ram chips and only the SPD and see those tools displaying its contents.
If you email me include [WIMSBIOS] in the subject.
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