Re: Upgrade Problems - Anyone Help?
First off, RAM doesn't help a computer nearly as much as people try to make you think. Though it will speed up most, your processor, OS, and how much you have running in the background makes ALL the difference.
There is a chance that your RAM is only running at PC66 or PC100, but regardless, most SD-RAM is completely backwards compatable. Double check this on the box though, as some could be different.
Try just using the new chip rather than both and see if it works. If so, add the old one back in the 2nd slot and see if it still works.
I guess the only other thing is just to be 100% sure you have it seated securly in the slots. Wiggle the clips and be sure neither are loose. Or, if you can see the ram, you can probably tell if it's straight and all.