I just bought a Lombard 333 with 256mb of Apple memory in the upper slot and the original 64MB of memory in the lower slot. I replaced the 64 in the lower slot with a PC133 256MB stick that I pulled from my Wallstreet, where it worked fine (of course, it only registered as 192 total between the 256 and the 64 on the Wallstreet because of it's limit). For some reason, the Lombard only recognizes the 256 in the lower slot as a 128. Is this because it was in the Wallstreet that reduced it to 128, or is there something wrong? How do I fix it?
Also, is it possible for me to load OS X 10.3.9 off my iMac restore CD? Right now it is running OS X 10.1.5 and nothing I want is compatible with that OS.