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Dell 3000 I reposted to your response to my 2 gb problem, It jsut dont make no sense , I ran the crucial memory scan it claimed i could run 2gb, but I cant. Then at 1.5 gb it just did it again and then had to check my driver for validation ????? Or some thing like that, It was a 3 step process. Thank you John

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You can download updated drivers from the website that I provided to you . 

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You can download updated drivers from the website that I provided to you . 

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Issues with 2gb 32ddr dell memory compatible in dell gx280


Unfortunately, the CPU on these computers may be capable of handling the 2GB memory, the motherboard isn't on either system.

The specs for the Dell GX280 are available here: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/opgx280/en/ug/specs02.htm . This system takes 400 or 533 MHz DDR2 non-ECC memory and the form-factor determines the maximum memory. In the mini-tower format, you have 4 DIMM slots and can have 4 GB of memory. In the small form factor, it takes 2 GB max.

The Dell E310 specs are available here: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim3100/en/sm/specs0.htm . This system can only support 2 GB (2 x 1 GB) memory.

I wish that I had better news for you.

Cindy Wells
(who had a similar Pentium 4 computer with the 1 GB limit. Since that system was running a 32-bit system and only actively addressed 3 GB, I didn't try to put 2 GB sticks in any of the 4 memory slots.)

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Unit came with 2 256 mem sticks--bought and installed 2 1GB sticks(pc3200,400mhz,84pin,low density,DDR--unit will not boot


The 2 1Gb RAM are either the wrong type or they are incompatible.
Try to use the same brand and speed as the 256 Mb RAM that was installed in your Dell.

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Manufacturer specification states that this desktop(motherboard chipset Intel 865 GV) is capable with dual chanel memory..but in CRUCIAL.COM it shows max memory for this desktop is 2 GB, i was just...


Dual channel memory means DDR2 RAM, it is one of the latest technology in RAM. You can use two RAM but performance will be very similar to 2GB only since

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I have a dell dimension 3000 and i want to upgrade ram


Hello,

Best thing to do is to go to www.crucial.com and run their system scan. It will tell you how much you have, how much it will hold, and what kind of RAM you need.

Thanks for using Fixya.

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How to improve access speed on desktop Dell 8300 with 512 mg memory


The very best thing you can do for this PC is to install more RAM. You have the bare minimum to run Windows XP. Your PC will hold up to 4 GB of RAM. I suggest you install 2 GB. Go to this web site http://www.crucial.com/ and have them scan your PC. It requires a small download that is perfectly safe. They will tell you all you need to know. 2 GB will cost you around $85. Best money you can spend to increase your speed. Of course you also need to run Disk Cleanup at least once a week, and to run good security. Scan your PC for malicious spyware at least once a week.

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Dell DIM. 3000 PC very slow & freezes up at times.


There are several reasons for a slow computer:
  1. Processor speed
  2. Memory size
  3. Too many program running
If your computer used to run fine, then it could be that there is too much running now for it to handle, in which case either a cleanup or upgrade (or both) is in order. Based on the specs from the CNET website, the Dimension 3000 comes with a Celeron D 2.4 GHz processor and 256MB of RAM (Memory).

If this is the case, then your memory needs to be upgraded at the very minimum. Anything less than 1 GB (1024 MB) just doesn't cut it anymore.

I would also HIGHLY suggest looking at the programs you have running in the system tray (bottom right corner of the screen) to see how many programs you have running, you might check to see if all of those are necessary.

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