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Mostly what I came across this models they only can detect until 128 mb and they do run a little faster than having 64 mb.And see if the card is pc100. and it is also dependent on what is your operating system is.If your notebook memory slot is two get two 128mb and you'll have 256mb.
The Thinkpad is installed with 128 MB SDRAM is standard, and is expandable to 512 MB
There are two memory slots, to expand it to 512 Mb you need two 256 Mb RAM modules and throw away the 128 Mb RAM module, but if you don't throw away this module and you insert a 256 Mb RAM module in the 2nd memory slot then your total memory would be 384 Mb.
most hp/compaq laptops will have memory slots located under the keyboard, and sometimes an additional memory slot accessed through a panel on the bottom of the notebook. In your case, you have 2 memory slots located under the keyboard. Officially, this unit only supports up to 256 mb memory modules for a maximum of 512 MB of memory so if you already have that, be aware that larger capacity memory modules may not work.
visit vaio manual in ftp://ftp.vaio-link.com/pub/Manuals/Notebooks/ You can do this in two ways: opening your
notebook and taking a look on the memory modules already installed (we
will explain more about this later) or running a program like Everest (available on our download section).
We ran Everest (going to Motherboard, Chipset, Memory Slots) on our
notebook and found that it was using two 256 MB DDR-SDRAM PC2700
(“DDR333”) modules, for a total of 512 MB. click to enlarge Figure 1: Checking your current memory configuration with Everest.
If your notebook has an empty memory slot, just go to the computer
store and buy a new SO-DIMM module with the same technology (SDRAM or
DDR-SDRAM) and speed of any capacity you want – of course you need to
know the capacity limit of your notebook. You cannot install a 1 GB
module in a notebook that only accepts modules up to 512 MB, for
example. Our notebook – a Sony Vaio PCG-V505ECP – accepts modules up to
1 GB, for a total of 2 GB RAM, since it has two memory slots.
For example, if your notebook has one 256 MB module and an empty
memory slot, if you buy and install another 256 MB module, it will have
512 MB RAM. If you buy and install a 512 MB module, your notebook will
have 768 MB.
If your notebook already has two memory modules, you will need to
remove one of the installed modules in order to install the new one. If
the two modules have the same capacity, it doesn’t matter which one you
will take away, but if they have different capacities, remove the one
with smaller capacity. The new RAM capacity of your notebook will be of
the capacity of the remaining module plus the capacity of the new
In our case, our notebook has two 256 MB modules. So we will remove
one of these modules and install a new one on its place. We bought a 1
GB-module, so after installing it our notebook will have 1,280 MB RAM
installed (memory math is tricky, since 1 GB equals to 1,024 MB not
1,000; so 1,024 MB + 256 MB = 1,280 MB).
How much memory did it have before you removed the 256Mb RAM?
If it had 756Mb RAM then the memory in the laptop has 512 Mb plus 256 Mb RAM modules, the 256Mb in the slot you can see and possibly 512Mb in a slot under the keyboard or soldered on the motherboard.
Therefore by removing the 256Mb and replacing with 1Gb memory module will give you a total of 1.5Gb
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)
You are on the right page, the video memory(VRAM) is located directly on the video card, which means you have to replace the whole card. The good news is they are pretty easy to install. Make sure you check the spec of your card and get the right socket, AGP or PCI. When you look at the slot on your motherboard if the video card is plugged onto a brown slot it is AGP, if it is a white slot it is PCI.