If you want to use DIMM slots in your BIOS, there are a few things you need to do. The first step is to find out what type of BIOS your computer has.
Most computers have a standard BIOS, which is usually located on the boot disk (usually in the C: drive). If your computer doesn’t have a standard BIOS, you will need to find the BIOS settings in the computer’s operating system.
The next step is to determine which DIMM slots are available on your motherboard. Usually, there are two or four DIMM slots on most motherboards.
To find out which slots are available, you can use a tool called a slot checker. This tool will tell you which memory types are compatible with your computer and which slots are available on your motherboard.
If you want to use DIMMs in slots that don’t have a compatible memory type, you will need to install a Memory Module Support Card (MMSC). This card will allow you to use DIMMs in non-compatible slots.
To install an MMSC, you will need to remove the original motherboard memory modules and replace them with the MMSCs. After installing the MMSCs, you can reattach the original memory modules and viola! You now have DIMM slots that can accept any type of memory module.