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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: Cyrix M2
From: Ryan Hunt <ryan@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 22:48:07 -0600
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Just an idea, seems no one else has mentioned it..
Find the motherboard manufacturer's website. There may be a simple BIOS 
update if this was a common problem.. Like everyone else mentioned Cyrix 
has a terrible track record.

If there isint a bios update its likely hardware failure, may reveal simular cases to your own to help 
you pinpoint the problem..

If you need anymore assistance email me


Chris Miller wrote:

>In 1999 I purchased a computer that was originally from
> I now want to upgrade the memory. The computer is
>a Cyrix M2 with a 250 megahertz processor, 5.1 Hard drive, 4mb video,
>MultiMedia 36x, Windows 98, p/n A810225, Cyrix333, 32sdram, 7333C/5
>The main circuit board is Bios: American Megatrends 062600 07/15/95
>The problem I am having is that I am trying to replace the old 32mb
>memory with New 64mb Memory modules in it and the computer is only
>reading 32mb. Even with 2 64mb memory modules plugged in, it still only
>reads 32mb. I have tried several things and I know I have the correct
>type of memory. Do you have any technical info for this computer for
>configuring the memory? Like jumper settings, programing or any info
>that would help. Cyrix is a brand that apparently has gone out of
>business. Maybe you know someone with technical info for this type of
>Thank You
>Chris Miller
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