Question about IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook
I have a Thinkpad t30 2367-23S. One of the DIMM slots has malfunctioned, leaving me one 333mhz 512mb RAM card. This no longer works for me, and I purchased an OCZ 2GB SODIMM card (OCZ2M8002G) to upgrade the one working slot.
I heard there was a way to fix the T30 and make it recognize this much RAM. Does anybody know? (I have upgraded the BIOS to 2.10 already).
P.S. I am getting the cold shoulder from both IBM and OCZ because IBM made the max RAM specification before 1GB RAM cards came out. They choose to stick by this faulty spec, and I get left out in the rain.
Noway max is max. buy yourself a 1gb and don't try to beat the system or lose it.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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