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1.First flip your laptop over and remove the battery, as well as any cables connected to the laptop. 2.Remove the screw latched into the memory panel on the bottom of the computer found near the rear.
3.Lift the panel off and expose the memory modules. 4.Seek for a small push-button and press it, holding it for about two seconds. Reassemble your laptop and start it up.
OK generally if you have the drivers and it fits in the slot than there is NO reason why it would not work.
As for software, one goes to the manufacturers web site and download relevant drivers, & install.
available physical memmory is what all your programs on your comp is using like windows virus software drivers im thinking you probably have spyware or bugs in your comp that could be bringing memmory down
get to the main board of ur system there is a jumper near the battery . change its position while power is off and get it back to its previous position. this way u will reset cmos to default. if the computer starts hit delete to enter setup and load system defaults.save changes then exit.
ps: defected processor could be the cause