can anybody tell me how to figure out where the memory of this Elitegroup laptp is located ?
I found a slot on the backside, which seems not to be used.
But where is when the 1GB RAm which is already inside ?
Can i use the slot i found to install a 2. GB of RAM - and which kind of ?
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Hi, There is nothing much that can be done to speed up the system as it can not go beyond 1GHz Processing speed, but several operating system tweaks and some hardware upgrade could make a little but notable difference. As for Hardware, you may increase the RAM. You can upgrade memory on ECS Elitegroup Computer G320 upto a maximum of 1.0 GB (The ECS Elitegroup Computer G320 takes the PC2100 DDR SDRAM SODIMMs
Memory) Secondly, You may increase the size of PAGE FILE, uninstall unwanted software, Remove unwanted start-up items, Clean Junk Files/ Temporary files, De-fragment the Hard Disk to achieve the maximum speed and performance that EliteGroup G320 PC can give.
Hope it helps! Good Luck! Thanks for using Fixya! CreativeTECH
There are two memory slots which support PC2700/333 Mhz memory, maximum 1024 per slot.
ECS suggests using identical/matched pairs of chips from the same manufacturer for their units.
In most laptops there is an access panel which when removed gives you direct access to the memory chips for replacement. I couldn't find a mainboard diagram for this unit so I am unable to see if the memory slots are adjacent on the board but there is little reason they shouldn't be. You should be able to access both slots once the proper access panel is opened.
This is the website page for direct contact with ECS tech support if you have any further questions: http://www.ecsusa.com/ECSWebSite/Support/TSSRequest.aspx?CategoryID=3&MenuID=19&LanID=0
You can only change the amount of video memory if your model has a videocard memory that can be dynamically changed. You're correct that it can be done, but only on specific models of notebooks. :) If you're not able to find it on the BIOS then your model might not be one of them.
There are 2 memory slots - one as seen in the video link posted above (known as the External Memory Module), which will address most people's question, however there is another one located underneath the keyboard (known as the Internal Memory Module). I attach a link to the service documentation, which contains information on how to access this (and just about anything else you'd need to!!) http://bizsupport.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00502970/c00502970.pdf