how do i get my old computer to work on a high density ram that only works with a low density ram.?

Computer Make: micronpc

Computer Model: Millennia 2100 Series

Motherboard Make: GVC

Motherboard Model: DR742E

Motherboard Version: I dont know but it is the most current)

Processor: Intel Celeron 667Mhz

Memory: (2 slots for memory)

Serial: 2851202-0001

kingston ram: kvr133x64c2/256

i bought the ram but i can't use it for some reason. the micronpc corp. doesn't have a new bios update and don't want to help me. what can i do for it to work.

(micron does have good support to an extent)

any suggestion? i dont have the money for a new computer so dont bother to say it.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    how do i get my old computer to work on a high density ram that only works with a low density ram.?

    You cannot do this. It is not compatible so it will not work

  • shuler
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    LOW DENSITY modules have a hundred% compatibility with ALL platforms and ALL chipsets because it totally follows JEDEC regulations. severe DENSITY modules purely have 10% compatibility and are VERY sluggish because it breaks all JEDEC regulations.

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