I'm now to the forum,and I find it quite cool also the site.
So to the question,
I have one old notebook : Acer Aspire 3613 and it has two memory sticks(2x256 DDR2 @ 667MHz).
I want to add more,and to replace the old ones.But i don't know what is the limit or is there any?I was thinking of 2x1 GB @ 667 MHz.
Is it possible , can this notebook have this amount of memory.
I would be very grateful for every answer.
Acer Aspire 3613 or other 3610 series
# Chipset: Intel 915GM
# Memory: DDR2 PC2-5300
# Maximum Memory: 2048MB
# Standard Memory: 512MB removable
# USB Support: 2.x Compliant
# Slots: 2 (2 banks of 1)
Number of Slots: 2
Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-5300 with a maximum of 1GB per slot.*
*Verifiable at the Acer Site
Bought new notebook a month ago. Went to update windows 10 with ANNIVERSARY UPDATE and told by computer there is not enough memory to do it. There is nothing stored on computer to delete to gain memory! What can I do to get more memory? Thank You
Hi, The following link shows specs of your computer: http://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c04941651 Probably you are talking about storage (ie HDD), not memory (ie RAM). It is a very basic computer, buy then forget, not upgradable in many ways. My suggestion: use the SD card to download files to it, then install from (not to) there. Regards.1 more replies
Greetings to All:
I have a 5-year old notebook (Dell). It is still behaving well, but because it only has 64MB of RAM, there are some new applications that it will not run. Also, it takes forever to download some large files.
My questions are:
1) Is it even possible to add memory to a notebook PC?
2) If it is possible, would I see significant improvement, re running larger applications and/or faster downloads?
3) (Assuming that the answers to 1 & 2 are "yes"), How much memory should I add? 256? 512?
Thanking you very much in advance.
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I have just bought 4GB memory to add to my Hewlett Packard HP15 TS Notebook but I can't find a video showing exactly how to do it. The ones I've seen so far look as if you have practically take the laptop to bits to install, but they are not my model. Where can I find a video which will clearly show it? Is it just the back removal that's needed for my model. Thank you.
The bad news is the memory modules are next to the CPU so you are going to have to take the keyboard off to renew memory.8 more replies
I nought a HP notebook 15-ba002ds and it has 4gb of ram from the factory. I can't seem to find whether or not it is ungradable or how many slots are available to upgrade. If you can't then it would be a waste of my money. Please contact ASAP. Thank you .
Hi, The following link shows specs of your machine: http://support.hp.com/ca-en/document/c05187577 Please use a table from page 2 of the following document to get information about RAM on your computer http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786.pdf Regards.1 more replies
I am not sure of the OS as its either one of the windows 8 versions (doing this for a friend) but I need to know the maximum amount of memory this laptop will accept 2 8's or 2 4's. As everyone knows it came with 1 4. I wish to max it out.Can anyone answer this?
MG. 32bit operating systems are all limited to 4GB memory max. REO1 more replies
Hey everyone! My paw says you guys sure know your stuff !!! I've got a Gateway MX8711 laptop with an FSB of 533mhz. I would like to upgrade the memory. Already has 1GB in two slots (2X512). I want to purchase a 1GB for one slot and holdover a 512mb already installed. Totalling 1.5GB.
The best I can make out, is that the memory already installed is DDR2 at 533MHz PC2-4200, 200p SODIMM. A local big box store has 1GB DDR II PC2-5300 (appears to be 667mhz) for $45.
I've got 2 question areas . First:
1. Can/Should I use the PC2-5300 in the laptop?
2. If so, can I/should I mix it with the PC2-4200?
I don't want to screw the computer up.
Can I install the modules myself of go pro?
Any help is really appreciated!!
my laptop is not starting and caplock key is blinking 3times between a pause it means it has a memory failure. I'm using original memory, tell me how to reseat my device.More replies
Hello to all,
I have HP4530s laptop with core i-5 CPU-2410M with 4 GB RAM and Radeon Graphics.
In basic System information I see this:
Installed RAM 4GB (2.69 Usable). Does this mean that some of the RAM memory is shared for VGA or not?
How to check whether RAM memory is used for VGA and how much memory is available for VGA??
I'm assuming you have a HP ProBook 4530s laptop that's running Windows 7.
Right-click an empty space on the screen, then click "Personalize", then click "Display" - or - go to Control Panel - Display.
Click "Adjust resolution" or "Change display settings, then click "Advanced settings".
Select the "Adapter" tab.
The amount of dedicated and shared RAM for the display device will be listed.
That model laptop supports up to 8 GB of DDR3 PC3-10600 RAM.
If it's running the 64-bit version of Windows 7, you might consider adding more RAM.
8 GB (4 GB X 2)
I have an HP Notebook 15-ac163nr and would like to upgrade the ram from 6 to the highest it can take. What kind of ram should I get? And how high can I go? Thanks ahead for any help.
Hi, Run: Crucial System Scanner http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04653884 Two non-customer-accessible/upgradable memory module slots (Intel Core processors) DDR3L-1600 dual channel Supports up to 8 GB of system RAM in the following con?gurations? 8192-MB total system memory (8192×1) or (4096×2)? 6144-MB total system memory (4096×1) + (2048×1)? 4096-MB total system memory (4096×1) or (2048×2)? 2048-MB total system memory (2048×1)1 more replies
I may sound silly and sorry for bad english, I will appreciate if anyone can help meI want to update Memory in my HP G62 107-SA Notebook PCRecenty i bought Kingston 8 GB RAM 1600MHZ PC3L - KVR16LS118 1.35V Non-ECC CL11 SODIMM, but It didn't work, after upgrade i wasn't even able to boot either in linux or in windows, I don't know what happened so I put back the memory came with my Notebook. The memory manufacturer said it is compatible with my HP G62 107-SA Notebook PC.Is this type of memory is really compatible with my Notebook? If not then which type of Memory I may require?More replies
I bought a customized HP Pavilion notebook directly from HP. It came with an Intel T7500 2.2 GHz processor that runs a 800 MHz FSB. It also came with 2Gb RAM (which I believe is PC2 5300 DDR2 RAM in the form of two 1GB chips). The system has a maximum of 4Gb memory, so I want to match 4Gb Ram (in the form of two 2Gb chips) to the CPU.
Is there any reason why PC 6400 DDR2 800 Mhz 2 Gb chips would not work in this system? I bought two of these chips from newegg.com (they were OCZ chips) and when I installed them I was unable to boot the machine. The PC runs fine with the slower DDR2 PC2 5300 chips that run at 667 MHz.
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I have the Acer 5570z and it came stock with 1GB of memory, and I did my research and the User Guide says it can take up to 4GB using two soDIMM modules (dual channel support) so I bought a 4GB pack (2 2GB sticks) of memory by corsair with matching specs and speed of memory that came stock with the PC (DDR2 PC2-5300). But when I installed both memory sticks, my PC turned on just fine, but did not load anything, the screen just stayed black. But when I removed one of the sticks of memory, the PC started up and booted the OS. I've tried everything I could to get 4GB out of this PC, but I'm thinking this PC can't handle 4GB of memory, but then why would the User Guide say it can?
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Hi All! Last weekend I updated the memory RAM of my laptop HP ENVY Notebook - 15-k277ca. The machine has 1 module of 8GB by factory, so I've bought another module of 8GB (same Brand and same rate). But the problem is that the machine did not recognize this second module, neither in BIOS nor SO. Currently I'm running Windows 10 Enterprise x64. The weird part is that I've downloaded the CPU-Z, and this software recognizes the two modules. Any idea? Here are the image of the CPU-Z software (where the memories are recognized)More replies
I have an HP Pavilion xf125 notebook, and would like to upgrade the memory. It has 384mb now. I don't know how much memory it will hold, or if it's even upgradable anymore since it's so old (2002 I think). The reason I want to upgrade is because it crashes pretty easy. I was thinking more memory would help solve this problem. Any advice would help... but no need to suggest I buy a new computer because I really don't use it all that much to justify the cost of a new one.
I also need a new battery for it, but don't really want to spend a lot... so looking for an inexpensive one. Not sure it's possible to find such a thing anymore. Yes, I have looked on HP's website and they don't have either memory or batteries for it.
Thanks for any helpful advice you can offer.
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Hello Guys! I'm concerned about a question i was recently asked and couldn't find an answer, so here it is:
An HP Laptop needs to be upgraded from 512MB Ram to 2x1GB RAM, but the Laptop specs say it will only take PC2-5300 and the Laptop owner just purchased a PC2-5400 from OCZ and he is concerned about if it will be compatible or not with his Laptop. this one:
I did some research but I was unable to find out any useful information, could you help us understand where is the difference between this spec and if it will be compatible or not, I'm confused, pins are the same (200) speed the same (667Mhz) CL 5-5-5-15.
HP tech support were trying to sell their owns for 99 buck a GB saying its only 5300 compatible.
All input highly appreciate it, Thanks!
I don't believe there is such a thing as PC5400 ram, it was probably a typo on the site's behalf & he purchased PC5300 ram. If his laptop supports SO-DIMM modules (which is most likely), he won't have any problems with the ram he purchased.
I guess he'll know for sure when he tries it.
N8L09PA#ABG , can I upgrade the memory of this laptop to 8 gb, currently it is only 4, please help, thanks.
Hi, You can use the original RAM module from HP or Kingston equivalent: HP 8-GB 693374-005 http://www.kingston.com/latam/memory/search/partnumber?partId=693374-005 Other option: Crucial System Scanner1 more replies
Hey everyone,I just bought a new notebook a few days ago and it is running very slow, it can't handle more than a few Google Chrome tabs open at a time. Was gonna take it back to the shops for a refund but I've already installed everything on here. 'System and Compressed Memory' is holding up between 300-600mb of memory, this is 8GB however my laptop is still runnning slow. I haven't installed much software on this and there is 2TB of storage so I have no idea how it's running so slow. The CPU varies between 10-25% however the memory is 60%+ even with just Chrome open. Most bizarre. I've checked that there's not any virus scans or downloads running. I'm running dual screens so not sure if that slows things down. Can someone help me please.
This would come handy:http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c047706301 more replies
My dv6 has gotten severely slow. I am currently running Windows 10, and right now it takes 15-20 minutes to wake it up from sleep and log in. Ive done a lot of cleaning and optimizing, but nothing has gotten better on it. It get's very warm very quickly and the fan always seems to be on high. I am looking to try and upgrade the memory, and maybe the processor (to quad-core) at least if possible to see if the performance will get any better. I can barely do anything on it now because it takes way too long! I do have a 1 TB HDD installed a few years ago and that has been working well, but everyday web browsing, microsoft office products and light photo/video editing once in a while are nearly impossible! What memory and processors are compatible with my machine that I could look into upgrading? Any help is greatly appreciated! I am new to the memory upgrades and such so I was having a bit of an issue searching/understanding exactly what I would be looking for! I will post specs below! Thanks! Specs:OS Name Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
Version 10.0.10586 Build 10586System Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard
System Model HP Pavilion dv6 Notebook PC
System Type x64-based PC
System SKU XG740UA#ABA
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz, 2399 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
BIOS Version/Date Hewlett-Packard F.29, 11/7/2011
SMBIOS Version 2.6
Embedded Controller Version 101.56
BIOS Mode Legacy Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 4.00 GB
Total Physical M... Read more
how do I increase the memory of my hp 2 pavillion notebook
HP 2 Pavilion notebook is not a model I recognize. The devil is in the details and we need the exact model number: Click for instructions http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c000331081 more replies
I swapped out the OEM 1600Ghz memory modules ( 2 x 8GB) and installed new 2133 memory modules. I had discussed this with an HP rep prior to undertaking this and was told this would not be a problem. the BIOS, as well as other diagnostics, still show the original 1600Mhz memory as the installed memory (which I have in the box as I write). How can I have the new memory recognized???
Hi, What are you trying to do here. Memory has been set at lower MHz because machine supports that MHz. Regards.1 more replies
Hello everybody. This seems like an excellent board, and I thank you for all your help.
I have an Acer Aspire 1681LCi with 512MB PC2700 (2x256) 200pin Sodimms. The CPU is the Centrino Pentium M 1.5Ghz supposedly with 400MHz FSB (4x100). I would like to add more RAM to it, but have three questions:
1. Should I just add more DDR333 or replace it all with DDR400?
2. Should there be a performance benefit to this?
3. Why would Acer install DDR333 into a 400MHz FSB?
Any suggestions would be helpful on this matter.
no performance benefits at all since you can't overclock a notebook. Just get the speed you are supposed to get (DDR2700 probably since you're using that already) or whatever is closest...
I have a HP 655 notebook that reboots every couple of days on it own. Running windows 7 pro. 8gb ram 1600 mhz. 1.7 processor. Has high cpu usage. scanned for viruses and malware has none. I have taken the msconfig down to about nothing. The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000116 (0xfffffa800bc27010, 0xfffff88003f849e0, 0x0000000000000000, 0x000000000000000d). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 082916-27955-01. The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000116 (0xfffffa800bb564e0, 0xfffff880045049e0, 0x0000000000000000, 0x000000000000000d). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 083116-26254-01. The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000116 (0xfffffa8009e881d0, 0xfffff88003e079e0, 0x0000000000000000, 0x000000000000000d). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 082416-25116-01. I need some help in figuring out why is it crashing.Thanks,More replies
I have Samsung 4Gb DDR3L 1600Mhz RAM (M471B5173DB0) installed in my laptop - HP 15-r063tu Notebook. I want to upgrade the same with a Corsair 4Gb DDR3L 1600Mhz RAM (CMSO4GX3M1A1600C11), as the exact Samsung RAM is not available and is also about 40% more expensive than the Corsair / Transcend ones. Will my laptop motherboard &/ BIOS accept the above Corsair RAM alongwith the current Samsung one, or do I need to necessarily buy the exact Samsung make & model of RAM ? As the tech specs of the above Samsung & Corsair RAMs match, I assume they should work fine together, but am told that sometimes the motherboard &/ BIOS doesn't allow RAMs of different makes to be installed, even if their specs match. Would help if someone can confirm on this, so I can buy accordingly. Thanks a lot.
Creating this post on the very same subject is consider spamming in accordance with the rules of participation you agreed to when you joined the forum. The following link is to the rules of participation. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Rules-of-Participation/Rules-of-Participation/m-p/252325#M11 more replies
I have a computer I built and used since 2010 running well. It has two matched 4GB sticks of DDR3 for a total of 8GB. I have two remaining slots (empty) for ram on the motherboard to add more ram. Do I need to find the exact same memory as the ram I am currently using or does it matter?
If you can get the same kit again it would be best but if you can get a kit with the same timings, speed, and voltage you should be okay. You should use cpu-z to find out your kit model and timings it supports. CPU-Z | Softwares | CPUID At the moment your two current sticks should in the white slots.6 more replies
Memory Riser Question XW8600 Is the HP 449416-001 MEMORY RISER compatible with the XW8600? I am about to recieve 4 of these risers (free from my friend) and would like to know if anyone could tell me if they are compatible with the xw8600 (part# RV726AV)? xw8600 (part# RV726AV) -->URL: http://h20566.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/psi/home/?sp4ts.oid=3432827 Thanks in advance--- J4.52More replies
The machine has 8GB Ram as standard - Note I am Dual Booting Win10 and Win7.System informs me that I have 8GB of which only 2.11 is usable.I cannot find data indicating the upgrade possibilities for this machine.The Crucial tool indicates that they have no upgrades. Can anybody help ??
Hi, Which one is your main boot ? You are running 32 bit OS therefore it won't see anything over 4GB. Regards.1 more replies
I add 1 GB of memory to the notebook, to notebook that already had 512 MB of memory. However, the notebook only see 1 GB of memory, not 1.5 GB of memory. I tried resetting the memory into modular, no luck.
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HP Pavilion Notebook zv5000
Original Memory = 512mg (256MB in each of the two memory bays)
I just attempted to upgrade my memory with a 1GB module from Kingston.
Module = 1GB PC2700 333 MHz KVR333SC/1GR
The Notebook has 2 memory bays. 1 memory bay is accessible to the user. I replaced a 256MB module with the new 1GB module. I started the computer up and it booted just fine and pulled up my desktop screen. Then I received the blue screen with a message that Windows was shutting down. I removed the module and re-seated it and tried again. Now it only gets to the Windows screen and then goes to the blue screen. It looked so simple - HELP!!
I wanted to upgrade my memory in my Compaq Presario 2100 Notebook. I had the original 256 mb but was sharing with video driver so only had 192. In the specs it indicated I could upgrade to 1 gb. The store I visited did not have a 1 gb so I purchased 2 512mb. It is only recognizing 1 of them. What I bought was 2 - KVR333SO/512R PC2700 CL2.5 200 pin SODIMM. The salesman at the store said adding a 2700 instead of a 2100 would be ok because it would drop down to what it was needed. Is this not true? Could this be the reason it will not recognize both cards for a total of 1024? Thanks,
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I want to upgrade the memory on this notebook from 128 to 384 MB, which possible according to the supplier. Does anyone have (detailed) instructions and/or experience regarding the physical part of performing such an update, because to me it looks like a complex system to open it up.
Looking forward to any help.
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Like many anchio reflected in my Notebook HP - 15-r239nl ENERGY high consumption of Ram, having 4 gb I find myself many times to have 80% of ram utilizata using a few programs. Now I read that it could be due to drivers, viruses, finally a bag of Windows 10. I have installed all the latest drivers with the best antivirus I scanned my PC even in safe mode but nothing no virus has been found I tried it turn off all programs to a clean start with only windows but nothing and also other solutions were invane. Who can tell me I help me figure out what I could do now, the Pc to 5 months is not a top of the pc but I got to study and so I is not so useful. Finally bought the Pc 12/09/2015 how is it that I'm no longer the warranty hp, but this guarantee does not last 24 months I have at least 12 months in March after three months hp support application that starts on the toolbar tells me it's expired after three months you can thanksMore replies
Recently I was doing a research about a memory update for my G42-365LA Notebook, and in many websites, including the Netbook User?s Manual, I found that this Notebook could be upgraded up to 8 Gb of memory. So I bought two RAM memories of 4 Gb each one (SoDIMM DDR3 PC3-10600 @ 1333 MHz) according to researched specifications. But the thing is that when I installed them I couldn't enter into the OS, it sent me to the Windows Error Recovery window directly, and whichever option I choose it reboots and it keeps doing that. Well, I tried installing just one memory alone and the result is different, it came up with the BSOD giving me different errors each time I reboot the Netbook. These errors are:
I?ve tried to reinstall the OS with memories installed, but the result is the same
My Notebook is a HP G42-365LA; Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Service Pack 1; Intel Core i3 CPU M 370 @2.4 GHz
I don't know if I was cheated by the manufacturer website and/or the others websites, that's why I need your help.
P.S. When I installed just one memory module, I can see The Windows intro logo, but just for two seconds or so. And I tried to install "Ubuntu 12.04 desktop amd x64" with just one 4 Gb memory module inserted and everything was good, but it wasn't with the two cards installed.
One of the stick of ram maybe bad. Try them each one at a time.
I am just wondering if anyone might happen to have any ideas as to why a Toshiba S4547 Notebook computer would have problems booting up with two 2 GB memory sticks. I bought both of them directly from Toshiba in 2008 and up until recently I have not had any problems with the memory at all. Now I am having a problem where it will only boot with one stick in, but not with both.
I thought that something was funny when my computer started locking up on me and my first thought was that it was something in Windows vista. I'm testing the memory sticks right now to see if I can find a problem with either of the sticks, but as of yet I don't have the results back as of yet.
I did have the motherboard replaced by Toshiba in 2008 and since then have not had any problems. I'm not really sure at the moment as to what could be causing this issue because when I take either chip and insert it into Dimm 0 it seems to work without a problem, but when I put the second one in on Dimm 1 it then doesn't seem to want to boot up to the screen showing the bios information at all and that is really making me wonder if there might be a problem with the motherboard.
I bought the computer brand new in May of 2007 and until I made a mistake with a memory card and screwed upt the motherboard that I had to pay for out of my own pocket I wasn't having any problems except for not having enough physical memory or hard drive space. Since the motherboard was replaced by Toshiba in 2... Read more
If your OS is Home Basic or Home Premium, Vista can recognize only one of your sticks. All Vistas support dual core, but not if there are more than one physical chips installed.
I bought a new HP Pavilion dv6-3060si Entertainment Notebook, 3 days ago. The physical memeory usage is 50% plus even when I do not have any webpages or documents open.
I am clueless about PC lingo, but here are is some info:
Intel core i3-350m processor 226GHz
Windows 7 Home Premium
AVG 2011 and AVG PC tuneup 2011 (antivirus)
I have read other threads about high physical memory usage, but I need someone to take me step by step and explain what to do.
I downloaded that Hijack program and ran it. Here is the screen dump. Please help me. Thank you.
Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4
Scan saved at 01:30:03 AM, on 2010/11/30
Platform: Windows 7 (WinNT 6.00.3504)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.7600.16671)
Boot mode: Normal
C:\Program Files (x86)\DigitalPersona\Bin\DPAgent.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\LightScribe\LightScribeControlPanel.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Hp\Digital Imaging\bin\hpqtra08.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\bin\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Hp\HP Software Update\hpwuschd2.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\AVG\AVG10\avgtray.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\AVG\AVG10\Identity Protection\agent\bin\avgidsmonitor.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\Digital Imaging\bin\hpqSTE08.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\Digital Imaging\bin\hpqbam08.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\Digital Imaging\bin\hpqgpc01.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Hewlett-Packard\HP Advisor\HPAdvisor.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Hp\Digital Imaging\smart web printing\... Read more
One thing you could do is determine if you have a problem or not. When all the physical memory is used and swapping is needed you suffer a performance hit. When some physical memory is just gathering cobwebs you have no (immediate) problem. Windows 7 is pretty good at memory management. It will sometimes keep stuff in memory just because the space is available and maybe you will gain performance by not having to load whatever it is.
Another thing is to use Task Manager to see if there are any memory hogs.
Currently my notebook has the standard 4GB of memory using the HP provided Hynix HMT451S6AFR8A SoDIMM, 12800 DDR3L-1600, 1.35V. I have been looking to replace it with either Kingston HyperX, HX316LS9IB2_8, DDR3L-1600 (2x4GB) kit or the Crucial Ballistix Sport CT6278900, DDR3L-1600 (2x4GB) kit. Both have 9-9-9 timings. My question is will the memory with lower timings and the density of the chips work on my HP 2000-2d37cl notebook with an AMD A6-5200 CPU? Also I was curious about postings in the forums where persons had lost the Admin or other passwords on theirHP 2000 notebooks or they purchased a used notebook that had a unknown password. They provide the codes from the error on screen and the reply's from techs allowed them to get past this and reset their systems. I hope I never have that problem, however where exactly are the techs getting the codes from? Is there some program or document available that has the code alogrithm? Thank You.
Hi, For RAM, please use Crucial part from the followinf link: http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/HP---Compaq/hp-2000-2d37cl It uses CL=11. Regards.3 more replies
I bought this laptop earlier this year after checking that the memory was upgradeable. The manual offers no information. How can I do this? Thanks.
@wjm_medic? Page 55. http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04642845 REO2 more replies
Hello, For the model in Subject, it's possible upgrade the RAM? If yes, what is the max? Is also possible change the HDD to SSD? Thank you.
The memory is upgradeable to 16 gigs of DDR4-2133 in 2 slots or 2 x 8 gig. It can take an M.2 mSSD drive, but only as an alternative to a regular 2.5 inch hard drive. There is a single bay and port and which drive you install depends on the adapter used. HP has not yet posted a Manual for the 13-u100 series but the Manual for the 13-u000 series is available and shows access to the M.2 slot and memory. Manual See pages 42 and 56. Memory upgrade is particularly challenging as it requires removal of the motherboard. Post back with any questions. If this is "the Answer" please click "Accept as Solution" to help others find it.2 more replies
I currently have an Acer Travelmate 529ATX Notebook, which uses an ATI Rage Mobility video chip, with 8MB of RAM.
Now, I know this isn't especially powerful when compared to newer chips - so here's my question:
Is there any way of enhancing the memory or performance of this chip to allow me to play certain games? Nothing fast, mind you - as a case in point, I wanted to play the game "Syberia", which gives as a requirement - "3D video card, minimum 16MB of RAM".
Am I stuck? The computer itself has 256MB of SDRAM.
Thanks very much for your help...
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Where can I find a video That I have a pdf guide me how to disassemble and change hdd and ram memory in the Notebook 15 model r239nl . Thanks
Hello, here is is the video and steps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuovxquGRFk http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04162986
Regards;SmileyI am an HP employeePlease click the White Kudos star to say thanks for helping.Please mark Accept As Solution if my help has solved your problem.
Please.. what the correct driver file I need in my notebook for works bluetooth and card memory!! I downloaded several, but continue dont works.. =(More replies
I have Gateway P6860 FX notebook with Vista Home Premiuim..It has worked perfectly for last three year with Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo, then all of sudden it would work off and on, now wont work at all, says can not reconize device. transfering pictures to a file
Have you tried another computer?2 more replies
I bought a new notebook and upgraded from windows 8.1 standard to pro so I can rdp into it.
I use rdp because it's easier to connect this way and take advantage of my desktop screens and keyboard/mouse.
When I am connected via RDP, the logonui.exe process takes more and more memory until the machine is unusable. I kill the process (or process tree) and it re-starts climbing in memory consumption once again.
It only happens when connected via RDP from my windows 7 Pro desktop.
I OWN A HP Notebook 15-f125wm (Touch) (ENERGY STAR) WITH 1 MEMORY SLOT. THIS CAME WITH 4GB RAM. CAN THIS BE UPGRADED TO 8 GB RAM. ??? THANKS!!!!
Yes that would be the maximum1 more replies
I recently purchased and used a memory stick, which worked fine. After using it though, my disc drive and xD card reader do not work (these are the only "drives" I ever used prior to the memory stick).
When I put a disc in the disc drive it sounds like it's reading and the light on the disc drive door flickers as if it's reading, but nothing changes on the computer. I don't think there really is anything physically wrong with the disc drive because it sounds and acts like it always did when it worked. Prior to the memory stick I'd always used the disc drive for copying to DVDs and CDs, or for reading from them.
When I put an xD memory card in the xD memory drive/slot nothing happens. Prior to the memory stick I'd always used the xD drive/slot to read my camera's memory card.
I've tried rebooting and then also rebooting with the boot disc--at this point I'm willing to loose my data if I can get my disc drives working again. Obviously I'd be scared to use the memory stick again unless I can be advised on how to get everthing to work without one causing issues for the other as I believe is the case.
This is my thought (bear in mind I'm not a computer wiz): I think the memory stick somehow did an override on the drivers that run the other dirves.
Any help is greatly appreciated, a solution and lunch is on me!!!
One thing you could try is to go into the Device Manager and delete the DVD drive and xD memory drive. Then reboot your computer and Windows should automatically recognise them as new hardware and install them.2 more replies
I'm planning to buy a notebook in the near future and my question would be: which graphics card should I prefer amongst these three:
ATI Mobility Radeon X1400
Intel GMA X3100
Geforce Go 6150
Mainly i'm planning to use this notebook for for "non-graphics stressing" applications but if I want to do some minor gaming (like some RTS games) what would you suggest?
Thanks for any suggestions :wave:
i choose GMA X3100.
I have a MSI K9A2 CF V2.
It supports Up DDR2 1066 and up to 8GB.
I have 2 2GB sticks right now which I will be moving to another computer. I wish to buy 2 sets of 2 2GB 10666. The board support 4 sticks of ram. If I buy 2 separate of the same memory will I have an issue meaning 4 total sticks of the same ram. Meaning will the sticks do there little duel channel thing??
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Do any of you know what the typical overall battery life for notebooks are?
I'm having an issue with my Sony VAIO notebook that I purchased in 2001 where, despite it being fully charged, it only lasts for about 10-20 minutes off of the AC Adaptor. Must I simply buy a new battery or is there a problem with the notebook itself that requires further attention?
If a new battery is a must, any preferences among you (seeing as how you are all far more knowledgable than I)?
Battery life per charge obviously various a lot between machines and the sort of usage it has. Around 2 hours should be expected. My Thinkpad does nearly three hours on average.
I want to watch my netflix instant viewing movies on my big tv instead of my gateway notebook. I see that I can buy many cheap cables that go from 15 pin to component but I had a question about sound since none of these cables seem to have that with them.
Is there such a thing as a full 5 component 15 pin cable and will that work. If not, what is the best way to transfer sound? Will I get good quality running a 1/4inch to 1/4inch cable from my notebooks headphone/speaker jack to the jack in my amplifier? I'm toying with buying one of the netflix boxes from netflix but I really don't want to. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. JC
A 15 pin VGA connector carries only video and the specs on conversion of the signal to component may not be what you expect so look closely at what its capable of before buying. You'll get good sound from a mini sterio jack line if the hardware is working good (not letting in interference).
By the time you get everything you need for that setup the price difference between that and a Netflix box won't be that great, and its probably a better solution imo.
Hello techies, long time no see.
So here I have this aceraspire with a t2330 dual core worth 1.60 ghz clock speed and this other toshiba satellite a300 with a t5550 1.82ghz.
Can I put the toshiba CPU in my acer?
I already swapped rams and all seems fine, but when I attached the cpu the machine refused to start up. No bootscreen, no ramcount, no nothing. Only 2-3 seconds of machinerun then it shuts itself.
Why is this happening? Is there a way to overcome this terrible catastrophe?
Thank you all and have a nice weekend!
Not info info. You need to post the exact model numbers of both, ie. Acer Aspire 5355-2678 and Toshiba Satellite A300-100US(or PSY0000-11111).
The CPU's use a different FSB and if the older Acer doesn't also support that faster FSB or if their BIOS doesn't CPU that CPU because they didn't add support for it then it won't work. You may need to update the BIOS to the latest version that Acer has posted.
I just ordered a Dell Notebook and it comes with XP Media Edition. Can anyone tell me if I will be able to upgrade that OS software with Windows XP professional without any problems. I already have the disc from my PC and would like to know if I will encounter any problems with this. This Notebook will be used by my daughter at college.
Appreciate any advice.
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I have a DELL Inspiron 9100 Laptop, with Radeon 9700 graphics card, I have the operating system Windows XP, I play games alot, hence college, and after about 1-2 hours the frame rate begins to skip and the 'fast computer' sucks.
The following games I'm having the most trouble with:
StarWars Battlefront II
Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth
I can play StarCraft fine whenever I want to, but the other games the frame rate begins to screw up. Some people said that my graphics card is heating up too much, I have a power adapter by DELL, for 150W-AC Adapter.
Would this be a suitable notebook cooler for my problem?
And would increasing the 150W power supply help at all?
That would probably be suitable.
Also, notebooks aren't well fit for gaming.
i just bought a new toshiba laptop that i'll only use occasionally. how should i store it? usually for several days-up to two weeks at a time. should i leave it plugged into power supply? should i let battery rundown on occasion? even when i use it it will probably be plugged in. ty for any advice.
Two items. 1) for LION batterys, it is best to store them for long periods of time @ around 40% capacity. 2) after you charge/dis-charge your battery, remove it from the laptop. Store it in a cool dry environment. I have a low use Thinkpad that I use less than once per month. I have had my batteries for this system for close to 3 years and have followed the above suggestions. The batteries today when fully charged still return the same usage as they did when they were new. If I need to use the Laptop in a non mobile environment, I always use it on the brick.
I want to upgrade my laptops ram (it only has 512mb at the moment) and have a few questions.
Is A-Data a good brand for laptop ram?
Should I upgrade to 1024mb (1gb) or 1536mb (1.5gb)?
I mainly use the laptop for internet, dvds & music, web design (I have a testing server running on it), making flash animations and the occasional game of morrowind or similar. Also the graphics memory is shared up to 128mb (is it possible to increase this maximum?)
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What is the best choice in notebook processors.I currently only use Intel processors in all my desktops and have never used or ran any other brand of processors.This notebook will only used once in a while and as a backup computer.When it is in use,it will be used for some video editing.I want something with the most bang for the buck.I want a decent battery life out of the processor.I know what i want for the most part but i need some info on processor choices.I am looking to spend around $800.00 to $1000.00 and have been looking mostly at dell's.Thanks for any info you can share.
Quite frankly, for usage as you describe, I'd pick the one that is the most cost efficient. Take the attributes like battery life into consideration and look for the one that best meets the criteria. The processor choice is down the list a few notches. Currently, I believe Intel has the most power efficient processor/chipset combinations, but next week that could change.
Hi- I picked up a used Dell notebook and have just installed win98SE and just a few other programs, no special mouse software... just Dell sound and video drivers, IE 6.0 and Windows Updates, SpyBot... I have used other notebooks, but never noticed what this crazy touchpad does on the Dell Latitude CPiA366- touching the pad like you were going to scroll the cursor over is having the same affect as a left click with mouse button, or Enter key- do all notebooks do this or all Dells?
Weird- put the cursor on a link and it is activated just by the pad when you put your finger on it- not even a tap really. Is there a way to turn down this too sensitive touchpad?
Found an answer to my question- seems this is how Dells work so all is fine.
I upgraded the RAM on my laptop. Could someone explain to me this?
This is the RAM I bought (on Amazon.com)
996644 - 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 SODIMM PC3-8500 7-7-7-20 Essentials (Dual Kit)
FROM THE MUSHKIN WEBSITE
I understand the timings, but not the frequency...
Hello there, merkat.
DDR = Double Data Rate
so, 533 x 2 = 1066MHz Frequency
Your RAM is ok, CPU-Z is showing the values it should
I've only used desktop pc's since 1996. I'm getting a used notebook Friday and have a question about notebook's. Once the battery is charged , should I remove it when I'm using it while it's plugged into a electrical outlet at home ?
I never do, but then I'm on AC power all day long at work, and usually on battery power every night when at home. So, my battery does get used on a daily basis.
With many new Ultrabook style notebooks, you cannot even remove the battery without disassembling the laptop...so clearly the mfg's don't expect people to have the battery removed when fully charged.
Hi HP and friends My friend is looking at purchasing a HP ProBook 450 G3 15 Notebook that comes with 256gb SSD, m.2 variety. That means the 2.5" HDD bay should be empty. Would there be any issue installing a 1tb hdd in this Hdd bay for extra storage, that is running the m.w ssd and hdd concurrently? For example would the meager 45w power brick can handle the extra load? http://h20386.www2.hp.com/AustraliaStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=T3V98PA&opt=&sel=NTB just want to be sure before he purchases it. regards choppaMore replies
I am planning to purchase a Laptop in the near future, I had originally planned
to purchase one this past Christmas (07) but held off. The newest laptops are
now arriving with the Intel Penryn CPU 45 nanometer. I have read some
about the Monteniva processor that's due out in the 2nd quarter tagged Centrino 2
Can anyone tell me if it might be worth holding off for that architecture and what advantages does it hold over the current Penryn?
Question - 2
Does anyone own a notebook with a SSD? If so how does it perform better than a Traditional Hard Drive.
Question 3 ? Has anyone heard anything about a 16 inch and/or an 18 inch screen notebook being introduced to by some vendors this year? If so do you know if they going to be Full HD Widescreens?
f.y.i ? This will be a desktop replacement.
Thanks for any responses!
Good luck with your purchase, whatever you deside to buy
Hello. I'm in the market for a new PC laptop, and I'm curious about my options for the graphics card. The laptop I'm getting will be high-end (around $2500 to $3000 most likely), and of all the sites I've checked out (mainly HP, Sony, and Dell), the best graphics card that I've seen available for any notebook is the 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 130M (there's also the 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon, but I've read that the 1GB GeForce is better). So, my question is -- is the 1GB GeForce the best graphics card out there that a notebook PC can use, or are there better ones that I could buy separately and install myself (or have someone install)? If so, I have two other questions. First, what is the best (or some of the best) graphics cards out there that I could buy and have installed on my laptop when I get it, and where can I find them? Second, how would I go about having the graphics card that I purchased separately installed? Could I do it myself -- remove the one the came with the laptop and install the one I bought separately (or can you install more than one on a single laptop)? Or would I have to take it to a shop to have them install it for me?
Any help regarding all or any of these questions will be very, very much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
I would suggest checking out Alienware (http://www.alienware.com). They are probably the most well known power-house computer manufacture. Check out their M17X laptop and all of the upgrade options.
With regard to installing your own graphics card, I think it really depends on the laptop you get, and from who. A lot of companies are making it easier to get at certain laptop parts, with individual panels on the bottom. I know it's often pretty easy to swap out RAM and I think even hard drives, but I'm not too sure about graphics cards.
Find a laptop you like, and maybe check out some articles about it on the web, or possibly some youtube videos. Many reviewers (including here on Techspot) will give you a picture or two of the bottom, and show you how accessible things are.
I know this didn't fully answer your question, but I hope it helped some
I have been running my PC without the battery for a while now and was wondering if you have any recomandations on where to purchase a new battery.
I have a dell 1701E ... Oh and I would rather not buy from Dell again.
I checked New egg and such but can't find a battery for replacment. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much!
Can anyone maybe just give me a link or an idea what I can check out?
Just bought a Lenovo Notebook and made a Windows USB Recovery drive as was suggested. My question is:Should one be re-doing this procedure every so often as new Windows Updates come out?Or... is it better to use the original recovery drive from when the machine is brand new? Advice is much appreciated,T
Hi tsbh ,
Welcome to the Community Forums.
When creating a recovery drive , what we have in mind is that if the harddrive physically went bad and you need to install back Windows and drivers to a new harddrive or just to fix the image is it gets corrupted and usual advance repair would no longer work.
Microsoft would usually push automatic update every month and mostly likely be creating a restore point when doing this so check if system restore is also enabled.
Depending on the user , having the original recovery media is enough as windows update have tendency to change from time to time modifying previous ones . Windows update certainly would take some time from an original image but technically it would be better so that only those needed by the machine and latest ones get sequentially pushed as some would require certain pre-requisites before others.
Keeping one original and another with major updates (ex. Windows 10 Anniversary Update / Service packs) would be a better if you have a lot of storage devices.
Hope this helps you on how best to proceed on your decision.
I am having trouble getting my sony viao notebook (running microsoft windows xp home edition ) to project a dvd. It works great with cd's. I have a viewsonic projector and speakers. The audio portion of the dvd plays through the speakers but I cant get the image on the wall. I have checked with the projector manufacturer and all the settings and connections are fine. They suggested I check with the laptop manufacture to see if there are and hot key sequences specific to dvd's. Do you have any suggestions?
I have a Compaq 2190US notebook (specs ) with XP-SP2 Home, and it sorta died over the weekend.
It seems that the networking portion of the OS went berzerk. I was hardly able to boot into windows at all, and if it did work it was incomprehensibly slow (like taking 5+ minutes to go from the logon screen to the desktop). Booting into Safe Mode worked fine, but Safe Mode With Networking had the same issue. That's why I believe the networking is the culprit (I know, my deductive reasoning powers are astounding!).
So I began following the MS KB article about troubleshooting with a clean boot, and tried doing what it said about removing unsigned drivers. Unfortunately, I didn't quite do what it said. When I did the search for unsigned drivers in windows/system 32/drivers, I clicked the "check subfolders" option, which I guess I shouldn't have done. It therefore found that everything in the "etc" subfolder was unsigned, so I tried removing that whole folder and placing its contents in another temporary folder in the root. I also removed two PGP drivers.
When I tried to boot back up, the system would completely freeze at the logon screen. Either that, or I at least could not interact with the system at all. The keyboard and mouse did nothing.
I tried using the Recover Console, but it won't let me access that temporary folder to copy the drivers back to windows/system 32/drivers/etc." So I tried doing a repair installation with the XP CD... Read more
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This laptop currently has a Mobile DualCore Intel Core i3-3130M, 2566 MHz processor and I am looking to upgrade it to the Intel Core i7-4702MQ 2.20 GHz processor (Spares# 723522-001). It is listed in the service manual however I am unsure as to if the System Board will support it. The System Board is the original as is the processor and what makes me unsure is that the current processor (i3) is a FCPGA988 socket and the new one (i7) is a FCPGA946. Does anybody know where I can find more information on this? Also, if it requires a MB upgrade, does anybody know which ones will work in this chassis?Any help is appreciated! Thanks! ~DTMore replies
I inserted this wireless add-on card in my 4-1/2 year old HP Pavilion N5495 laptop, allowed Windows XP to recognize it during startup, inserted the CD and allowed the drivers to be installed, then was advised it was installed and ready for use. "Wireless Zero Configuration" in the Services list has been set to Automatic.
Is there anything else that I need to do in order to get it to work and make an active connection with a wireless signal? I'm doing this from inside my apartment, and so far no signal has been detected.
This is the very first time that I've used anything wireless, so forgive my ignorance.
The purpose of installing a wireless add-on card is so I can use my laptop at my weekly computer club meeting(which has a wireless network set up) and so I can use it at various hotspot locations.
One thing that I might add is that I do not currently have all the software installed that the setup wizard wanted to install. I previously had it installed, but it didn't do any good, so I uninstalled it and just installed the driver files.
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I want to sell (for peanuts!) my brokenPavilion DV6 3152sl but it still has got my personal files. Whichpart have I to bring out to be sure it will not has memory of myfiles?
Vorrei dare ad un conoscente il mioPavilion DV6 3152sl non pi? funzionante, ma voglio asportare lamemoria avendo dentro copia di tutti i miei documenti. Che parte devo togliere? Sono riuscita ad aprirlo solo cos?. Ho tolto tutte leviti, ma il coperchio inferiore grande non riesco lo stesso asollevarlo. Help me!
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I recently aquired a Sony Viao, It has a Pentium 4 processor @ 1.9ghz, running Win XP pro. At the current moment I am using 128 mb (2x64) RDRAM. This machine really surprised me with its preformance so far. I would like to up grade the memory by adding 256 mb (2x128) of RDRAM. The machine has 4 slots for memory, currently I am using (o & 2) with blanks in (2 & 4). The memory I intend to try and use have the same spec's but are made by diffrent manufactures. Is this possible or does it have to be EXACT pairs from the builder.
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I was wondering is it better to get a one gig stick of ddr or is it better to get 1 gig 2x512? I don't know what the differnce would be. Someone enlighten me please.
that depends on whether your motherboard supports dual channel memory. If it does, then you get a huge performance boost by running 2 matched 512MB sticks verses a single 1GB stick.
With dual channel, the system uses both memory sticks at the same time, doubling the memory bandwidth, this is clearly a much more efficient setup
With single channel, the system doesn't use the second stick until the first one is fully utilized, so with a single channel setup, it really doesn't which setup you choose
hope this answered your question
I currently have a desktop which has 8gb memory. I have no problems multitasking, but when I get on my laptop (4 gb mem) things are rather slow. I'm beginning to think memory is the key for running large programs or running programs that have large files, but I'm not sure. I just saw an ad for a 12gb mem desktop and I wonder if it would speed things up furhter.
Could someone clarify?
You cannot go only by the amount of RAM a computer has to determine how well it runs and multi-tasks.
Do the following in BOTH computers so we can view both logs and compare their hardware and operating systems.
Download and save the TSG System Information Utility (SysInfo.exe) to the desktop.
After it's been downloaded and saved, double-click it to run it.
Information about your computer will appear.
Return here to your thread, then copy-and-paste the ENTIRE text here.
Buddy of mine needs some help...I just looked up at the Dell site for his computer specs, Its a Dell Poweredge 400sc by the way....it says the only supported OS are windows 2000 server, window 2003 or red hat linux! He loaded XP home on it! He only has 128MB of ram on it. Will XP work on it and does he have to install his memory in pairs or can he just add a 512 stick and be good. Thanks for the help all. This was a two part question that I had posted in Hardware, I think this part of it is better off here....hope you admins dont mind.
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I have 4 sticks of memory (1) 256 pc2700 (1) 512 pc2700 and (2) 512 pc 2100
I have only 2 slots for memory.
Whats best 768 of pc 2700 or 1G of pc 2100?
I have 4 sticks of memory (1) 256 pc2700 (1) 512 pc2700 and (2) 512 pc 2100
I have only 2 slots for memory.
Whats best 768 of pc 2700 or 1G of pc 2100?Click to expand...
1 GB of 2100 if your computer is running at FSB 133 or lower.
My ASUS A7V600-X MoBo supports up to 2 GB DDR PC3200 RAM or up to 3 GB DDR PC2700 RAM. My purpose in getting so much RAM is to run a RAM-Disk for gaming. Which configuration will give me the best performance? Is there a big enough performance gap to justify sacrificing 1 GB RAM?
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I have a Gigabyte Motherboard model#GA-MA790X-DS4 and currently have 4GB Ram..the Ram is G-Skill DDR2 1066
PC2 8500 Do I need to get the same manufacturer or can I use a different manufacturer just as long as the it is 1066mhz and PC2 8500 240pin? I am wanting to add 2 More GB.
Thanks in advance,
The Gigabyte GA-MA790X-DS4 motherboard has 4 slots and supports up to 16 GB of RAM.
If it currently has a 2 GB module in 2 of its 4 slots, you should popular all 4 slots instead of leaving an empty slot.
Here are the specs for the 2 GB module(s) that you want to add to the current 2 GB modules:
Modules don't have to be from the same manufacturer, but there's less risk of conflict or incompatibility if brands, speeds, and capacities are the same.
You didn't say if your computer is running Windows 32-bit or Windows 64-bit.
If it's running Windows 32-bit, it won't recognize or use more than 4 GB of RAM.
A few years ago, I added more RAM to my Gateway 650 Select desktop. With the Everest Home edition I can see now that I installed pc133 memory into my system which is set up for pc100. The thing seems to work fine with no problems. Should I take out the 133 and put in a 100 or is it okay to mix and match 100's and 133's?
(I currently have one slot with the original 64MB pc100 and the other slot has the 128MB pc133 in it.)
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I just bought a new computer, but it only has 256MB of memory. I'd like to upgrade to 512, but I've never done that before. Is there anything specific I should look for? For example, do I need to buy the same speed memory as my other memory? Same manufacturer? Is there a noticable difference in manufacturers?
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Im thinking about buying a new mobo and I want to use my existing memory that I have which is pc2100. The new mobo supports-
*Four 184-pin DIMM sockets; supports 4 DIMM single/dual-channel DDR 400 memory with 4 DIMM DDR 400 support up to 4.0GB.
Will my memory work?
yup! It should work just fine.
I wonder if you can add memory sticks that are not balanced. For example, one stick of 512, and one of 1gb. They are the same though, except different sizes.
I wonder if problems can occur because of that.
Also, would you guys help me find out how much total ram I can add to my system?
Because the guys from HP told me I can add to a total of 2 GB, and the guys from PQI told me 1GB. So I don't know which is it.
My specs are as following:
Motherboard Name: MSI MS-6577
Chip: North Bridge Intel Brookdale-G i845G
I have 2 slots. I was told I can add up to 1GB per slot. Recently I was told that I can only add up to 512 mb. So, I'm kind of confused.
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does anyone know a good simple way to find out what is taking up so much memory that i dont need and can stop, or somehow make use less memory? i just start my computer its already using 3.4 gigs of ram
type resmon in the start menu search box and click on the result a window should pop up showing resource monitor (as in my snap shot) you will now be able to see what windows has allocated your ram. please post a screenshot to the thread.
I would like to upgrade the memory in my com but am having problems finding out which cards would be best for my com? Heres the info on the com.
Computer Make: VIA Technologies, Inc.
Computer Model: VT82C691
Motherboard Model: 693-596-W977
Processor: Intel Pentium II 350Mhz
Memory: 8 slots: 128 MB, empty, 64 MB, empty, empty, empty, empty, empty
It appears that I can upgrade it but where do I start? Thanks!
The easiest way is to go HERE and input your information.
I have a Dell Optiplex 360 that I just upgraded to windows 7 64bit. It only has 2 memory slots and when looking it up by service tag # it says it only will take 4 gb total. I was advised by a computer shop that it would run that OS. Now I need to know if it will take 8 gb RAM. They also mentioned maybe installing a better video card. It is to be used for streaming video to you tube. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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have an NT4 server just updated the network to run on 100mg, all users have problems saving excell files to the server, "insufficiant memory to complete this action" when you say OK, it closes down, when you reopen the file it says it is still open.
The Page file size is 180 and 180
Mem is 128k
Add memory!!! At least 512MB and your page file should be at least 600MB. You are running on a minimum configuration. That only allows the system to boot and not crash sitting still. Hope this helps.
ok, i have an MSI 945P Platinum board for my first build. Looking at my options for memory, i want to do 2 GB (2X1 GB sticks) for dual channel. On the back of the box it says DDR2 667, can i use DDR2 675 (PC2 5400)? Any suggestions would be great, looking to order from newegg
bump, please help
Hi, I have 32 GB (2x16 GB) memory installed by Lenovo on my Thinkpad P70. They are 2133 DDR4. However, when I look at AIDA64 Extreme they show as 1064 MHz memory clock! I'm using Lenovo Power Optimized. Any idea how I can get them to 2133 MHz? Regards, Sepy
I'm not familiar with AIDA64 Extreme but maybe it's showing the actual clock frequency, not the memory transfer rate?
DDR (dual data rate) RAM runs at 2x clock speed. 2x 1064 ~= 2133.
Setup : Toshiba notebook with Intel Core 2 Duo, 2x 2GB RAM, ATi HD2600 Mobility Radeon, Vista business 32 bit
Memory : Total = 3096, Cached = 2175, Free = 0
Graphics : Total Available = 1535, Dedicated = 256, Shared System Mem = 1279
Question : I have installed 4GB of ram and in "basic information about your computer" it shows 4.00 GB yet in task manager the total shows as 3096, why is this that it doesnt show the full 4GB in task manager?
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I've got a MIO P350, and I bought a SD 256MB Kingston memory for it. Now, at first, when I plugged it in, the PDA detected it and had no problems with it. Though, once I plugged it out, I read on the manual that it'd be better to do something before plugging in the SD to the PDA, I didn't really understand. Anyway, I plugged it in again, and the PDA didn't detect it... How come?
Can you tell us exactly what the manual said re:
"I read on the manual that it'd be better to do something before plugging in the SD to the PDA"
Otherwise we would have to find a downloadable version of the manual, read it to try to work out just what it actually said. Which might not even be relevant after all the effort.