Conflicting information about maximum memory allowed
Please can you help me; I want to increase the RAM on my Evesham Axis 64 MKR but on this site it says the maximum RAM is 8 GB, on the MSI (motherboard) site it states I can install 2 GB of DDR400 or 3GB of DDR333. Can you tell me which is correct?
Will any generic memory be compatible with this computer (something I can pick up from PC world like PNY) or should I stick to a brand like Kingston, Elixir or Crucial?
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You maybe able to increase the video RAM in the BIOS setting. The on-board video card uses shared RAM, if you allocate more video RAM then the memory available to the computer/laptop will be reduced by the same amount of RAM, unless you install more RAM.
Maximum RAM supportedUse the table below to determine the amount of RAM memory that is supported on your HP notebook PC.
Amount of RAM memory supported
Windows 7 and Windows Vista 32-bit
2-4 GB (Only about 3 GB will be used by the operating system)
Windows 7 and Windows Vista 64-bit
Any amount of RAM is supported by the operating system.Ordering replacement RAM memory
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64 MB (non-removable)
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650MHz Intel Mobile Pentium III
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Yes this is easy task,if you wand to change the motherboard fan than firstly remove the power cord in CPU,pull out the side cover of CPU and than you see the motherboard fan in front of you,Two fans available in system one is CPU FAN and another is motherboard FAN,you need to change motherboard fan,this is attached in motherboard with two iron stick,press the both stick through thumb and press the upper,now you remove the older motherboard fan and fix the new one.after fix the new fan press both iron stick and fix it.
plug the power cable and switch on the system.
Are you asking about upgrading your graphics card?
Aslong as you get a graphics card that is AGP connection you will be fine.
They dont make AGP graphics cards anymore, but one of the last ones made (and most powerful is the Nvidia 7950 AGP) can be found all over ebay.
Its not a cheap card though, and a later edition nvidia 6 card would be just as good for you, such as an Nvidia 6800 AGP graphics card
Selecting your Motherboard is the most critical. CPU is Last except for Dual Core. If you are on a Budget, I have a rule of thumb: $100 for Motherboard, $100 for CPU, $75 for Hard Drive and $75 for Memory. Reccomend: NewEgg.com - Asus MB, Min 2.8mhz CPU, Ram over 4 can be a waste unless you are a power user. RAM wont help speed too much more, and a Seagate HD SATA 3.0 a Gig is plenty. Dont use your old hard drive except for the backup. Always be able to go back to your old system until you are done. Hansel and Gretel Rule !
From the information you sent, I can't figure out the exact make & model of your motherboard, but I would guess that it supports a maximum of 2 GB of RAM. So, I would suggst you try to install 2 RAM modules, each of them 1 GB in capacity & see if this works. From my previous experience, most motherboards with only 2 slots for RAM modules support only a maximum of 2 GB RAM total.
The Voyager would have been even faster with more than the supplied 512MB of memory - you can't upgrade this yourself, but Evesham will supply 1GB as standard for an extra £89. http://www.evesham.com with the limmitted memory capacity, i would definitely turn off all unused open programs and services you dont need in windows. you may do this and realize you don't need more memory.