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Travelmate 4000 memory upgrade

Hello there,

A friend of mine has a ACER Travelmate 4000. In its specs I can see that the memory slots say 333mhz up to 2gb!
Can I install a so-dimm 533mhz or it´s not safe?
No problem if the board reduces it to 333mhz, but don´t wanna take thje risk of burning it...
Thks.

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  • reisrui Oct 13, 2008

    thanks Joe

    I think i won´t take the risk...

    I´ll say to him he must buy 333mhz memories.

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Usually the system board will have problems with the 533 Mhz. You will get errors and/or may not come up at all.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

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