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What does your computer currently have?
Amount of RAM?
Speed of CPU (Central Processing Unit)?
Size of disk-drive?
Percentage-full of disk-drive?
Manufacturer/model of video-card?
How many "empty" slots that could hold RAM?
What does your computer currently have? Operating System? Amount of RAM? How many "empty" slots that could hold RAM?
Speed of CPU (Central Processing Unit)? Size of disk-drive? Percentage-full of disk-drive? Manufacturer/model of video-card? Manufacturer/model of motherboard?
One way to find out for sure how much RAM your computer can hold is to go to WWW.CRUCIAL.COM and run their SCAN MY COMPUTER feature.
This handy utility will scan your hardware configuration and tell you exactly how much RAM you currently have installed and what type it is.
It will also tell you how many RAM slots are fitted on your motherboard and what the maximum memory capacity is for that motherboard.
If your computer does have room to add more RAM, it will provide you with specific recommendations as to exactly what type and size of RAM stick to get to maximize the memory capacity and performance of your computer.
A RAM expansion slot is located on the bottom of the laptop behind a small panel. Remove the panel to get access to the RAM slot/s. It may have two RAM slots, if it has only one the the 1st RAM slot will most likely be located under the keyboard.
If the laptop has two RAM slots on the bottom of the laptop and the 2nd one is empty then you can add anothe RAM module. Try to get the same make and model as the original to double your RAM..
If both slots are occupied then you need to replace the existing RAM with larger capacity RAM modules.
If you need Ram, you need to contact your server manufacturer to find a product number for your server and memory model/size. You can add up 16GB of RAM DDR2. Many manufacturers also provide compatible memory like Transcend or Kingmax.
Mem cards are added as storage cards and do not add up to your iPaq RAM.
You can use mem cards to add up space to install applications. (ie. it is something similar to installing a new Harddrive on your PC). However the physical RAM of your iPaq cannot be extended.
PocketPC programs have small RAM requirements so your PDA's built-in RAM will suffice.
As far as the maximum card size if I understood your question right, if your iPaq comes with Windows Mobile v5 or earlier, it supports SD cards up to 2GB and perhaps some non SDHC standard SD cards up to 4GB. If you can upgrade to WM6, then WM6 supports SDHC cards, so you can install >4GB cards.