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Re: how do i remove panel to install memory on dell 3000
On most DELL desktops, there is a button on the top and bottom. If you push those at the same time it releases the catch holding the case together. When they are released the case will fold open, there is no removable panel. it is a hinged mechanism.
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A tool-free side panel slides open easily to reveal a roomy interior with two free PCI slots. ... The Dell Dimension 3000 is an affordable computer designed to handle essential multimedia demands for the home user. The Dimension 3000 comes with the latest processor and memory technology, and won't break your budget.
the new memory is not comaptible, remove it and install the old memory...it should work...RAMs are very delicate component...even though they look good some are not compatible....if u install a 400mhz RAM to a MB that can take only 333Mhz then it will cause a problem...
also if ur MB is capable of taking only 512MB per slot then 1GB in one slot will not work
Dell has a really good support site. You log on, enter your service tag number (on the top of side of your PC) and they will tell you exactly how much ram you support, the type of ram needed and how many slots it has. If it was a matching pair then it should be working, unseat it and reseat it, it may not be in all the way. If still don't show then put it back in the old computer and see if it reads it. If not then the RAM stick got damaged during the move. But no doubt you should be able to handle more that 1GB of RAM. Good Luck, let me know if you have any questions.
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Once you install the memory into the slot the BIOS will update the memory configuration during the bootup proccess.
You can check to see if your new memory has been fully recognised by double clicking "System" in control panel.
If you check the amount of memory in System before the install and compare it afterwards you will know for sure if the memory has registered correctly.
You can do this if both of your Desktops are using the same memory card or the memory card you need to replace from one to another desktop is supported by both the Desktop boards.
If you have not sure you can provide me the Model No for both the Desktops for more precise solution.