Hi Folks,\n\nLast night I was tasked to perform a memory upgrade on a 7204 from\n64MB to 128MB for an IOS upgrade requiring the extra memory, and was\ngiven a 64MB RAM kit (supplied by Cisco). The package that arrived\ncontained 2 x SIMMS, each SIMM had a label on it that indicated it was\n64MB!!!\n\nUpon pulling the NPE-200 I found all 4 SIMM slots occupied, with 2\ndifferent SIMM manufacturers in there and while one pair were labeled\nas 16MB EACH, the other pair had no clear indication what size they\nwere, however logic indicated they were probably 16MB SIMMS as well. I\ndid note that all Memory present seemed to be in matched pairs. At\nthis point it became clear we would be short of the 128MB we needed.\n\nI pulled all existing memory, inserted the new ones into slots 1 & 2\n(applying the largest SIMMS first rule), and kept 1 existing pair of\nSIMMS for slots 3 & 4. The result was 96MB (64 + 32) of RAM.\n\nQuestion 1: Is there a reliable way to display the SIMM sizes\ncurrently installed on a running 7200 without pulling the NPE card and\ntaking a physical look?\n\nQuestion 2: Do Cisco normally label such a dual set of SIMMS with a\nlabel reading each SIMM as the TOTAL of the pair??? I would have\nexpected each new SIMM to be labeled as 32MB, not 64MB...\n\nThanks...........pk.