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new ram wont work in keboard slot, but old ram does in it.. the ram fits in, comp runs, but nothign shows up on the screen, what is happening. the 2gb in the other slot (back of laptop) works. and its not the ram not working, cause i switched it with the slot working (with the 2gb ram) :S helps.. and fsb. im not too sure what that means..
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Re: laptop screen dont like keyboard slot ram
The NX6310 laptop supports up to 4 Gb of RAM either 533 or 667 MHz DDR SDRAM.
When memory upgrades don't work, the problem could be incapable memory between RAM modules.
Try to use RAM from the same manufacturer, especially the manufacturer of the working RAM.
Use RAM that have the same speed specification.
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Did you remove the "old" RAM, or did you add the "new" RAM to the old RAM?
Try using your computer with ONLY the "new" RAM installed.
Try using your computer with ONLY the "old" RAM installed.
Try using your computer with the "new" RAM in the 1st slot, and the "old" RAM in the 2nd slot.
Try using your computer with the "old" RAM in the 1st slot, and the "new" RAM in the 2nd slot.
Hi, if the keyboard is working in any other user account . The user account has gone corrupt. You can recreate a new admin account. But before you do that back up all the my documents folder.
1. Restart the computer and press the F8 key a couple of times before windows starts 2. Select safe mode and press enter 3. Select the admin account and log in 4. Click on Yes to continue to work in safe mode
create new account in windows Xp http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/setup/winxp/accounts.mspx
Create a new account using windows vista http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Fix-a-corrupted-user-profile
Once the new account is created you and delete the old admin account
Check if your motherboard only supports only dual channel interleaved memory from the manual because it might be the main issue of your problem. Also DO NOT plug in the 512 MB ram you have over there. If it is ok to have one Slot empty then there should be no reason why it should not POST properly. Before jumping to conclusions that the RAM is faulty. Make sure that you REMOVE any overclocking you might have on the system. Some RAM won't post wihen the CPU clock and multiplier are not standard. Also it could help if you load FAIL SAFE settings in the BIOS until you determine the proper cause of the problem.
It's possible the power cord is defective only giving enough power for a partial boot. I would try another power cord.
If it's not the powercord then it would definitely be the motherboard not taking the power and distributing it correctly and you would have to replace it.
The ram is sited under the keyboard, to remove undo case screws on underneath of laptop. Then, where the keyboard bottom edge meets the laptop case yo will find 3 lugs... which can be pushed in. Lift off keyboard, then undo access panel on right side of laptop. There you will see the 2 memory slots.
The official upgrade slot is located on the bottom of the laptop and is easy to find. Just unscrew the small cover and there it is.
The other slot requires you to unscrew the two screen bracket screws. Once you have done this, between ESC and F1, F4 and F5 and F12 and PrtSc there are small plastic rings. Put a biro nib into these and pull down. They will pop down. You can now remove the plastic cover. Unscrew the two screws marked "L9" on the bottom of the laptop which are located at the top of the memory cover. Now you can remove the keyboard. Underneath the keyboard is the second RAM slot. The SiS 650 chipset supports a max of 1GB per memory slot and since this laptop has two slots that means 2GB of RAM. I've used Kingston DDR400 PC 3200 SODIMMS.
You can also upgrade the CPU - the fastest CPU available is the Pentium-M 2.6GHz. Nothing faster will work - trust me on this. It must be a Pentium 4 Northwood architecture CPU with a 400MHz FSB. Standard P4 Northwood CPUs with the metal shim won't fit - unless you know a way of removing the shim without destroying the CPU. Best to stick with a Pentium mobile (Pentium 4 M) chip. Look on Ebay for these.
Of course the hard disk can also be upgraded - a 200GB 7200RPM 2.5" drive works a treat. Non SATA of course.
You can add wireless and USB 2.0 using PCMCIA carbus cards. I use a StarTech 54mbps wireless card with the RAlink chipset and a NEC USB 2.0 card with 4 USB ports. Both cards fit in at the same time.