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I have a system with a SuperMicro P4DP6 board (http://supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon/E7500/P4DP6.cfm) and dual Xeon 2.4 Ghz (400 FSB) that's been running for quite some time with 4 512M DDR266 sticks of memory (unknown manufacturer). I've tried to put 4 sticks of cm72sd1024rlp-2100/s to upgrade the system to 4 gigs but it will not post. Does anyone have any ideas about this?


The supermicro page for the board recommends cm74sd1024rlp-2100/s. What's the exact difference in these two modules? Also, the manual says that pc2100 sticks should work, but will only run at pc1600 speed (which makes sense, given the processor). This is a production machine, so I can't have it offline for long.

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