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I am trying to setup new memory in our Sun Ultra I. We have 64 MB Sun memory and 64 MB of the proper Kingston memory. But on booting i always get only 64 MB diplayed. How do i setup the new memory in the system? The handbooks wont tell.
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In Ultra 1s they need to be put in as pairs starting at the socket closest to the SBUS slots.  Adam
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Hi Adam,
I know, but in any case, the system will boot with only 64 MB of memory.
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