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    Ashcrow
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    I bought a Kingston RAM 256MB Module for my powerbook 867MHz 15inch. Oddly enough it doesn't find 256 MB but it finds 128MB instead. This is the 2nd stick that has done this and I don't really know how to figure out the problem. According to the Kingston RAM configurator and tech suppoert at McZone it is the right stick. Help!

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    unl33t
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashcrow
    I bought a Kingston RAM 256MB Module for my powerbook 867MHz 15inch. Oddly enough it doesn't find 256 MB but it finds 128MB instead. This is the 2nd stick that has done this and I don't really know how to figure out the problem. According to the Kingston RAM configurator and tech suppoert at McZone it is the right stick. Help!
    in reguards to an old issue with some mainboards...
    have you tried reversing the sticks?
    1: 128 2:258 -> 1:256 2:128

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    i had that same problem and all i did was switch them around and it worked

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