I bought 4 256mb PC133 Latency 3 sticks and put them in my mac. They are only registering as 128mb each and it is crashing. Thing of it is, is that I know that it is the right memory. Possibly labled wrong?
You bought the wrong memory, Ive hi-lited the relavant phrase for you. Which basically tells you that you want doublesided (16 chips total) sdram...
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Question 2: What is the maximum amount of memory that can be installed in the Power Macintosh G3 (Blue and White)?
Answer: The Power Macintosh G3 (Blue and White) has four DIMM slots that can accommodate up to 256MB DIMMs each, for a total of 1,024MB (1 gigabyte) of memory. When using 256MB DIMMs, use 128Mbit-device technology, not 64Mbit or 256Mbit. The 256MB DIMMs are available from the Apple Store.