1. Did you get it repaired?
2. Latest BIOS from
3. It only goes to 256M
4. WHERE do you get the 192M reading?
Some take such from Windows and that can be flawed.
5. Try this test.
a. One 128M stick.
b. Does it give yoo 128M in either slot?
6. This is the KILLER ISSUE!
The limits due to the Intel 440Zx chipset: it isn?t possible to handle more than two double-faced memory benches at once, so the possible combinations are the following:
* 2 double-faced modules
* 1 module with double faces ? 2 single faced modules
* 3 single-faced modules
In short, you either still have the wrong memory or the motherboard is broken.
My HP6470Z refuses to recognize more than 192MB of RAM. I have tried all combinations of 4 Crucial 128 MB dimms and same problem. HP no help. Says send it in for repair. Anyone have ideas??