|Installing more RAM slots, if that were even possible, would not allow you to run more RAM. |
You are limited by the chip set and BIOS.
You are beating a dead horse, and one that was never a Thoroughbred.
I admire your enthusiasm but you are in over your head. Motherboards are very complicated devices. You can't simply solder in more RAM slots. First of all there may not be space on the board but more importantly, there are 4 layers of circuits on the board that are built up one by one.
riider touched on this. The BIOS on that board is 28 bit LBA compliant, which means you can't use any hard drive larger than 137GB.
If you want to do something with that board than I suggest you run Win98se or Linux.