Question about IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook
It may require either or both of these, since I can't see the laptop, I'll give you both, first and easiest, is go into the bios, and look in the system settings, see if the memory/ram is set to auto it may be set to a specific amount or speed, f 10 your way out and save the settings, hopefully that will fix the problem, if not then unplug and remove the battary, open the base and remove the little cmos battery looks like a coin, wait 5 min and replace, that is where your settings are saved when the machine is unplugged. Restart after putting everything together, then you may have to go and enable your custom settings, but the memory should show the new stick you installed, If not it's possible you have a bad stick, it won't be the first time, good luck
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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