A 200-pin PC-3200 SODIMM should work in your machine but it will clock down to 333MHz. Your computer has 2 slots with a max of 512MB per slot (1GB total system memory). For maximum compatibility you should stick with a low density (16-chip - double-sided) PC2700 DDR-333 SODIMM with a CL of 2.5. Link below to see an example:
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You need a 512MB
PC2700 DDR 333MHz SO-DIMM for a laptop (200-pin). The
manufacturer I think doesn't specifically support anything over 512MB. But the RAM is standard and I doubt there is any need to buy it directly from Sharp. The laptop only has one upgradable bay so you may not be able to upgrade past 1.25 GB.
One of the memory covers is not removable, if I remember correctly, that is the one under the keyboard. So the one you update is a panel on the bottom.
The max memory that can be installed in HP pavilion dv4305us is 1024mb and type you require is 512MB 333MHz DDR System Memory (2 Dimm). Paste this into address bar and gives you detailed specs of ur system. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00578143
The T42 can support up to 2 Gb of RAM.
The laptop comes with 512Mb of RAM under the keyboard and a spare memory slot on the bottom of the laptop.
To install 2Gb of RAM put 1Gb in the memory slot under the kerboard - need to remove the old RAM and put the other 1Gb in the memory on the bottom of the laptop
64-bit Double Data Rate (DDR) non-parity SDRAM memory
PC2700 at 333MHz
Two 200 pin SO-DIMM memory slots, one slot is pre-populated with 256MB or 512MB, leaving one socket available
On the bottom of the laptop there are one or two panels, remove the screw securing the panel. The RAM module are behind one of the panels. If the memory module does not fit in the memory slot, then you have the wrong type and you need to purchase the correct memory type.
Your friendly computer shop can advise you on the correct type and speed of the memory module your laptop requires.