09-13-2001 02:22 PM
09-14-2001 12:17 AM
09-14-2001 05:07 AM
You probably put the new RAM in the 2nd slot.
I did this also and it worked when I changed the memory and put the 256 in the 1st slot with the 64 in the 2nd slot.
I put in the same speed memory as I had, you might just try it with the 256 only.
10-01-2001 11:53 PM
PC133/256MB memory in a PC100 system. It is not the speed that is causing
this, but actually having too few chips for your system to be able to read
it right. I have a feeling that your Kingston memory module has only 8
chips on one side of it. If this is the case, your system will not be able
to read this part as a 256MB part. To get this to read right, we need to
get you into a revision that is built with 8 chips on both sides (16 chips
total That is what Kingston Value RAM said,the right part # is KVR133X64C3/256 I have 2 in my XL753,I also upgraded the CPU to a 1G P3.