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deqtx

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I have a 4910 Compaq Presario . It came with 32 MB memort in PC & a 16 MB Board ( It only holds 64 MB total I had it upgraded to 64 MB now it only showes 39 sometimes & other times it showes 64. When it showes 39 MB I can't load software on that has to have 64MB of memory. Can you help me??

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deqtx said:
I have a 4910 Compaq Presario . It came with 32 MB memort in PC & a 16 MB Board ( It only holds 64 MB total I had it upgraded to 64 MB now it only showes 39 sometimes & other times it showes 64. When it showes 39 MB I can't load software on that has to have 64MB of memory. Can you help me??

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Looks like your 16MB going bad. See if you can get another 32 to put in it.
 

deqtx

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They removed the 16 MB & instauled a 32 MB .It only had 1 slot for memory board .It is showing that 7 MB of new 32 MB board is working . Is that possible ?
 
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deqtx said:
They removed the 16 MB & instauled a 32 MB .It only had 1 slot for memory board .It is showing that 7 MB of new 32 MB board is working . Is that possible ?
Sorry read post wrong :eek: Sound like the memory slot is going bad. That's a pretty old system you got there and you are probably going to have more problem than that. Save up or better yet have mom and dad get you one for Christmas or "B" Day or just because. :eek:
 
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