Question about ASUS G2P Notebook
Where are the 2 mem slots and what is the max ram i can put in thanks rskel
You got two memory ports. One on the bottom of the unit.The second one is on top of your Notebook. To reach it you have to remove the keyboard. There are three small points on the top of the keyboard to unlock it. Under the keyboard you will find a metal protector with one screw which protects the second ram...
By the way: The Bios only recognizes up to 2 of ram.
System Profile ASUS G2P Standard Memory 0 MB (removable) Maximum Memory 2.0 GB Slots 2 sockets System Notes PC2-4200/5300 DDR2 SDRAM SODIMMs
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Posted on Nov 04, 2008
Hi!here is the link for ur info http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=G2P
its on crucial.com that is an amzing site for memory upgrades..your compu supports 2GB RAM max..do see the link for the type of RAM..the RAM is located underneath the compu and can be assessed by removing the screws..take care if ur planning to do it yourself..look at this http://www.computermemoryupgrade.net/installing-laptop-memory.html
regards!hope it helps!
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
Funny thing is I placed 2GB of RAM on the slot located at the bottom of the computer, I didn't know where the second slot was untill i read this post but come to find out that the computer does recognize at least 3 GB of RAM I do have an extra stick of 2GB, which I will now put in later on today I will keep you posted if my computer recognizes it or not.
But on a differnt note I am having an issue with my computer overheatting total unrelated from the post above this issue happened way before that. Does anyone know the part number(s) for the cooling fan or any other components that i might need to replace in order to get my computer back in great working order. Thanks for anyhelp that you can give me.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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you are probably not using the correct type of memory, if you just bought a 1 gb stick, Laptops are pretty picky about what memory they use, check the Kingston Memory configurator to find out the max installable mem and which mem is correct to use. http://www.kingston.com/ukroot/default.asp use the Memory search feature on the right of the page to get you started
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