Hi, Thanks for your involvement.
The full thru that the systemboard came from there: http://www.upgradebay.com/c1_itemdetail.asp?rid=7&itemid=168777918&gclid=CLfF_qLxqpgCFQ7aDAodlVFjlQ
I have to replace my current 374709-001board because the video was defect.
The refurbeshed replacement board have a official stick 374711-001 on it so should be 256MB video RAM. My bios say 128MB.
I am furthere interrested, how to get the BIOS an how to install.
My BIOS version is HP F22 2/23/2005
SM BIOS: 2.31
I've seen that on the net people talking from version F33-34.
Some additional information.
After installation I've got a booting error message: 104 wireless communication board not reqognized. Please remove it and reboote system again. I did and it is worked but I will be happier if my WLAN will works too. I thing should be BIOS problem too. What do you think?
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Thanks for asking FixYa for help. My name is Jeff and I will be assisting you today. You didn't specify your operating system, which is a critical component. With a 32 bit operating system the total addressable theoretical memory limit is 4 MB. This includes system ram AND video ram. You should be fine with the 256MB card as it is pretty small. So, if you have a 32 bit system, anything over about 3.2 MB total is a waste.
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try installing from another copy. It sounds like the file is corrupt. Get a CD from someone, but use your own product key (this is not illegal, as you are using the product key you bought) Try installing it. It ought to work now!
No not compatible! Your system is obsolete, almost impossible to upgrade anything. Socket 478, P4 cpu stuff, is the oldest system with any chance of upgrading or maintenance.Get a 'barebones' new system for $250/300 from the Inet [ ebay or simillar ]/ You will then get some value from the cost of the windows Xp if it is the full version or alternatively you have both original OS disc and windows Xp ugrade disc. If what you buy has an IDE hard drive. you can also install your current hard drive too, keeping what you have on it, as a slave drive after you have put your OS on your new machine plus any cd or dvd on your old machine.All this is simple and within widows framework and tools, no tech skill needed, just a screwdriver and a manual with your new barebones motherboard. Plug the old ide drive into the right socket from the conncecting braid, set the jumpers as per hard drive diagram on the back plate on both drives. One master, one slave.Remember NOT to format your old drive/ LOL/
Even if the new memory is 256mb, the motherboard will not read it as such but a max of only 128mb. Alternately, what you need is to get is another 128mb SRAM rated at 100/133 MHz. Sorry to say but yours is a common problem when newer memory are fitted to a relatively not so recent machine.