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Re: Toshiba Satellite Pro 6000 ps600e
You might want to go to the computer manufacturers web site and see if they have a list of error codes for you computer. If not, you might also try to do a Google search for error codes pertaining to your particular computer.
If you can't find a list of error codes, keep in mind that some computers can be very finicky about the type of RAM that is installed. If you haven't already, check to make sure that the RAM you are trying to install is 100% compatible with the computer that you have. If so, you might try installing the RAM one stick at a time and rebooting with each chip individually. This will help to determine whether one of the chips might be bad or not. If the RAM is 100% compatible - AND - it will not boot with a single stick installed, there is a distinct possibility that all of the RAM sticks could be bad.
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Memory Upgrade for Toshiba Satellite Pro
4600 800 Laptop, the Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600 800 Laptop takes the
PC100 SDRAM SODIMMs. 256MB module must be 1" in height or less Memory
Type, and comes installed with 128 MB (removable) of
Memory. You can upgrade your Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600
800 Laptop to up to a maximum of
512 MB Memory, the system has 2 sockets to install
Memory, already with 128 MB (removable) standard Memory
installed. For best Laptop performance use the maximum amount of allowed
Memory per slot for your Laptop.
You can obtain your models service manual with instructions for how to replace and upgrade memory from this link. http://www.givemefile.net/smanuals/notebooks/toshiba/file/31033.html
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This error code most likely refers to the RAM.
The RAM module/s may only need reseating to make proper electrical connection.
If this doesn't work the the RAM module/s is possibly faulty. Take it to your friendly computer shop the get it tested or insert it into another laptop to test the RAM.
Remove the 1 gig chip. Pull you battery out and unplug the laptop. Hold the power button in for 10 seconds. Put the battery back in and plug the laptop back in again and try booting it up. This should reset the BIOS and allow it to boot. The beep codes you are talking about are a memory beep code and it is normally caused by adding memory or a loose memory stick. Also try pulling the existing memory and resetting it.
Hi this problem has arisen on both desktops as well as laptops, the reason for it is quite simple. a lot of the RAM available on the market now is HIGH DENSITY RAM and unless your satellite is specificaly designed to run high density RAM it will not recognize it. You will find all the major RAM brands are low density and will work fine. A brand like Kingston is an ideal option. Regards mistyman