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some graphic cards are made for speed, they have their own rams, processor's and fan's, also as time goes by, ya have to update your driver's, try updating them, also, most computer come with 4 gig's of ram, this also helps the speed of your computer, random access memory, is temporary, not store memory , try adding more ram's
If you are installing two or more RAM modules try to use the same make and speed RAM ,sometimes mixing RAM from different manufacturers won't work.
The RAM module may be faulty, try inserting one RAM module at a time to see if each RAM module works before inserting all the RAM modules.
Check the motherboard manual to see if the RAM meets the specification.
You should be fine to just turn the computer on straight away as soon as you have installed your new RAM. The computer will recognize the new upgrade straight away provided you have got memory that is compatible with the desktop computer.
When you upgrade the RAM take the old RAM out and make sure your new RAM runs at the same speed as your old RAM.
From what i can remember the maximum RAM speed that an HP pavilion supports is 400MHz although it could well be 333MHz.
The RAM that's installed in the desktop at this moment in time will have the speed on it so you check with that.
Increasing the RAM on your PC will considerablly increase of your system. The RAM is your computers work sheet. Whatever you see on the screen of your computer is first stored on the RAM. If the RAM is small, it gets fill easily with data. Older data on the work sheet not being currenty accessed is move to the temporary area on the hard disk. When this data is needed the older data move to the same temporary area for this data to be displayed. This impacts on the response time of the PC which you see as the system bring slow.
Inceased RAM will increase the work sheet area and reduce the rate data is move to the Temporary area of the Hard disk thereby improving the PC Speed.
More importly if you wand to improve the speed of your system, check the applications you are running against the system requirement of these application. Follow the recommended system configuration for all the application and you system speed will not be impared.
i think it is not true. because speed of computer depend processer and ram . u can chang high config . ram than using . it can help little make high speed. temp file can make slow so time by time we remove this file. virouse can make slow computer. if bord is short it make hang computer.
Dear user in my observation this is sauses due to two different bus speeds. i mean both RAMs dont have the same bus speed. thats why both RAMs dos'nt work at the same time. hopfully u will understand it
It seems that one of your DIMM slots on your mobo has conked out, sorry pardner but might have to end up changing the entire mobo. Also try out your old RAM sticks on another PC for confirmation.....sodeep
On a Dell Dimension 8200 there were 2 available bus speeds, 400mhz and 533mhz. The bus speed determines the required RAM speed. Most common 8200's have a 400mhz fsb and require a RAM speed of 45ns or faster (Lower number = faster). Some 8200's have a 533mhz fsb and require a RAM speed of 40ns or faster. The RAM modules must be installed in matched pairs, but the 2 pairs do not have to be equal to each other. (I have 8200 with 2x512mb and 2x64mb - you can also mix ECC and NON-ECC pairs but it will disable ECC) Check the last 2 numbers on your original RAM that works in your system, they will be either 40 or 45. If they are 40 - and 45's won't work, you have a 533mhz fsb. If this is the case, buying the same RAM in a 40ns speed will solve your problem...... Hate to be the one to break it to you, but if you do need 40ns (Rambus) RAM, it is very expensive - about 4 times the price and 1/10th as common as 45ns RAM. Some good deals can be found on ebay - search: rambus 40ns.
Hanging is just a minor problem of any pc. It just means that the system is hot. Just open up the system unit and make sure that the cpu, system and power pack fans are working. Also clean the system because of dust.