I built up this old pc from stuff I had lying around. -Soltek SL-62C motherboard which already had a 333Mhz Celeron. -Nvidia Vanta 16MB Graphics. -Aztech 2320 sound card -Some 200W PSU -One stick of some 512MB of RAM (unknown brand). The problem I have is that I keep getting only 128MB of RAM recognised. At first I thought that it was because I had installed Win98, so I replaced the 6GB HDD with a 40GB one and installed XP. However I still get 128MB of RAM (even upon POST before windows loads). Is this limitation from the motherboard? It has 3 RAM slots and okay I'm not looking to install some 3GB of RAM but anything like 512MB would do me fine. There's someone in my same country who has 1 stick 128Mb, and 2 sticks 256Mb, of PC133 SD-RAM to sell. I could get them for 20 Euros, but how can I know if this pc will persist in recognising only 128MB?