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RAM modules in laptops are secured by spring clips on both sides of the RAM module. To release the RAM module press the clips away from the RAM module and the RAM module will pop up at an angle. You can then pull the RAM module away from the memory slot. Insert the RAM module in the slot, push it into th slot and then press the RAM module down until the clips on the side lock onto the RAM module.
Re-seat the memory modules. If that doesn't work try swapping the modules to see if one is defective. If both modules work in slot A then you have a damaged slot B memory slot and the motherboard needs to be replaced.
Once you installed the memory, did you enter into the System BIOS Setup screen? Do this and verify that the system recognizes the newly installed 2GB RAM. This should let the system access the new memory once you boot.
this problem is down to mismatched ram. did you install the new 1gb of ram with the ram that was already in the laptop. if so you will just have to ues one or the other. hope this helps. leave feedback
Once you change the ram, you have to boot to the system setup so that the BIOS can recognize the new module.
When inserting the ram module in the slot, it should be at a 30 degree angle to the system and inserted till the golden contacts can not be seen looking straight down at the slot. Then press the module down until the retention clips click. The top edge of the contacts should then be barely visible.
Once the RAM has been properly inserted, then boot to the system setup, exit then boot to windows
If the battery is beyond charging, it might not be recognized but, all that I've seen could recognize it . There are 6-8 terminals on most batteries. 2 of them close the circuit indicating a battery is in place. If you have access to another battery that is made for your computer, try it. If you still don't have a battery indicated, you could have a problem in the charging system or the bios.
No. INSB130 does not support S-Video. Here's the complete specs of your system:
Intel® Pentium® M and Celeron® M External bus frequency (front side bus)
400 MHz or 533 MHz System chipset
Intel 910GML Alviso
Data bus width
DRAM bus width
Dual-channel (2) 64-bit busses
One ExpressCard slot 54 mm
ExpressCard/34 (34 mm) Expresscard/54 (54 mm) 1.5v and 3.3v
Memory module connectors
Two user-accessible SODIMM connectors
Memory module capacities
256 MB, 512 MB, and 1 GB each
2.8-V SODIMM DDR-2
Ports and Connectors : Audio
Microphone connector, stereo headphones/speakers connector Mini PCI
Type IIIA Mini PCI card slot Modem
RJ-11 port Network adapter
RJ-45 port USB
Three 4-pin USB 2.0-compliant connectors Video
15-hole connector Network adapter
10/100 Ethernet LAN on system board
Internal Mini PCI Wi-Fi® wireless technology support Video Type
Integrated on system board Video controller
Intel Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator 900 Video memory
Up to 64 MB of shared memory (when less than 512 MB system memory is installed) Up to 128 MB of shared memory (when more than 512 MB system memory is installed)