Question about Fujitsu LifeBook S2020 Notebook
I wanted to upgrade my Fujitsu Lifebook S2020 from 512 MB total memory to 1024 MB total memory. When I installed new 512 MB memory boards to replace the existing 256 MB boards, the computer would not boot.
I tried to test the new memory by installing 1 new board and 1 old board. The computer did boot, but the memory check found only the 256 MB, and did not see the 512 MB board.
The label on the new 512 MB board reads:
PC2700 DDR SDRAM
64M x 64 512MB
The board is listed as SODIMM DDR333 200pin ram
Do you think there is an incompatibility between the 256 and 512 boards, or is there some other action that I need to take.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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