Usually people have 2 memory slots on most PC's and you would most likely get two 1 MB memory cards which would give you 2 MB.
What are you doing with your PC where you think you need that much memory?
Not to mention a 1 MB card is well over $100 a piece.
Ultra, hes talkin about his internet connection speed not his RAM! :lol: and 1 meg of RAM is nothing, 1 gig however would be quite large.
Zim, Does your computer "beep" when u try to start it up? If not, you may have the wrong type of memory, or the configuration does not agree with the computer. If you have the 256 card in 1 slot and nothing in the other, you probably need a spacer in the other slot to make it work, or....if you kept the other 128 card in the second slot, many computers will require that you use the same memory capacity (both 128 or both 256, etc.) to make it work. Anyways, do the "beep" test for starters.