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Adding memory how much memory can I add to the board?

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  2. Max capacity: Up to 2GB by 2 DIMM slots

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Can add memory be added by adding another chip to ZTE tablet

I would check ZTE's website to be sure, but if there is an empty memory socket inside the tablet for expanding memory, then it's possible. Adding memory to the SD card slot on the side of the tablet does not increase tablet memory to run programs, only for making more room to store pictures from the camera.

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I am thinking of adding memory to my Compaq Presario SR111ONX. I was looking for a schematic of the motherboard or a diagram showing the memory slots and how to add it.

Two long slots with tabs on each end... the hold the memory sticks vertical to the board.

Use your finger to gently move the tab away from the memory stick on both sides... after each tab has been moved away pull up firmly on the memory stick...note the position of the slot(s) on the side of the stick that goes into the slot. insert the replacement memory stick in the slot lining it up carefully and push down ... the tabs should go back into place on their own if the memory is seated properly.


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How to Add a Board on the MA5600?

You can add a board on Huawei MA5600 in the following two ways:
· Adding a board offline: Run the board add command to add a board to an vacant slot (in this case, the system generates the "Board Fault" alarm). Then, insert a board to the slot (in this case, if the type of the inserted board is the same as the type of the board added offline, the system generates the "Board Recovery" alarm; if the type of the inserted board is different from the type of the board added offline, the system generates the "Type Mismatch" alarm).
· Automatically discovering a board: Insert a board to an vacant slot (in this case, the system displays a message indicating that a board is automatically discovered, and the board is in the auto-find state). Then, run the board confirmcommand to confirm the board that is automatically discovered.

This way is also can be adopted by Huawei MA5616 equipment.

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Display problem

Check ur cable connections jackie

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When i turn it on only the battery light works what should i do and what is the problem

I just experienced the same issue and found some excellent advice when facing this symptom. Search FixYa for "Ibm t30 post beep error 1 3 3 1." It could be one of your memory boards or the memory socket itself. I pulled out the hard disk, CD ROM, and two memory boards (there is good info on the Lenovo site on how to safely do all this) . I then added back one memory board, applied power, and voila the T30 came to life. I then added the hard disk, CD ROM, and rebooted after adding each device. After adding back the second memory board, I experienced the original problem. So this memory board or the memory socket appears to be the culprit.

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I don't want to add memory. is it possible to erase memory?

Your posting is a little unclear, but let me answer with the information you have provided.

You have a brother multifunction printer and you have instructions for adding memory.

the memory in the printer is referred to as "volitile" which means that it holds informaiton as long as there is electricity put to it. If you would like to clear the memory, simply unplug the machine for about 30 seconds.

if you have a problem and are being directed to fix that problem by adding memory, then the print job that you are sending to the printer is too large for the amount you have loaded in it.

try printing fewer pages.

good luck

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Now i have 256 video... can i add 1024 more?

Yes. You can go ahead and add 1024 more. But my advise is to really think if you really need that high configuration.

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Adding memory

make sure the memory chip is compatible with the motherboard.
also, think about you really need 2GB. (only good reason is vista)

hope this helps

Apr 10, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Adding more memory

Yes and no. Depends on the motherboard and the type of memory. On some boards you have to add memory in pairs, others you can add one stick, then there's parity, etc, etc. Check the memory that's on the board, check the manual to see how it recommends you upgrade memory. One wrong stick can turn your new CPU into a nice end table.

Let us know what you find out.

Jan 02, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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