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Scond slot memory not recognised by my pc.

The new memory is same size sme type, it can be noticed when using SIW sofware.

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  • Ali Yousif Mar 05, 2009

    it is properley inserted


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I thing second slort memory is not properley insert in the motherboard

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

  • balraj_priya Mar 04, 2009

    or other u not insert the ram propely


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Remove Spyware and Viruses:
Spy ware and viruses are leading causes of computer slowdown.
Update and run your spyware and virus software every week.
Malware byte is one suchsoftware which is freely available for download.
Once the application isdownloaded from the web install it on your PC and run a Quick Scan.

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Click start, again, thenclick run.
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Types of sdram

PC66 SDRAM is the original module speed of SDRAM. PC66 SDRAM was the earliest version of SDRAM and therefore came in a number of smaller megabyte sizes than later versions. Most early motherboards were rated for PC66 SDRAM. The available sizes are 32MB (megabytes), 64MB and 128MB.

PC100 SDRAM was released after PC66 SDRAM and runs at a higher speed. It has the same number of pins as the earlier memory module and is capable of utilizing the same RAM slot. The only difference when installing this SDRAM in compatible computers with older systems (PC66 slots) is that the SDRAM will run at a slower speed. PC100 RAM comes in sizes such as 32MB, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB and 512MB.

The last generation of SDRAM is PC133. The PC133 memory provided a speed upgrade and comes in larger sizes than previous generations of SDRAM. PC133 modules are backward compatible with older SDRAM slots. The PC133 memory, however, will be forced to run at the slot's slower bus speed (PC66 or PC100). The memory comes in sizes like 128MB, 256MB, 512MB and 1024MB.

Mar 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How do i install my computer memory

This is a very vague question.
Firstly, make sure the computer is switched OFF.
For a desktop PC, you need to open the PC cover and locate the existing memory installed in slots on the motherboard. If there are no free slots then you will need to remove the old memory and fit the new memory.
For laptops, there is usually a plate on the bottom held in by a screw. Again, there may or may not be a free slot for the memory.
If you do not know what you are doing then get someone els to do it for you.

Feb 18, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I lost my sound drivers.somehow it got uninstall

You will first need to know what hardware you have. I suggest (if you are using windows) that you use a program called SIW to get that information.

Once you have the information on what audio hardware you have, then I would suggest getting the driver from the manufactuere directly if possible.

You can get SIW here:

Here's a nice little mini tutorial for SIW:

If you are using linux then i suggest installing hardinfor which can be found in synaptic or through google.

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I want audio driver for window xp for the chip set 82845g

the 82845g is actually one of intel's graphics chipsets. Not audio.

As listed here:

I would suggest using this tool to find out exactly what this device is:

SIW (System Information for Windows)

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Hardinfo for Linux
(If you are using Ubuntu you can download this with Synaptic from the System->Administrator->Synaptic Package Manager menu option.)

Oct 27, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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My memory card is not getting formatted. it's even not recognised by computer.

Plug your memory card to another PC and determine whether your memory card is detected. If is not detected most probably the memory card had malfuction. Replaced with a new one.

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Hi... Can you help me in the software of my pc the Video Controller (VGA Compatible) It was gone when I was reformat the PC. Motherboard Manufacturer: Company Name Micro-Star International Motherboard...

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Getting notice that I'm low on virtual memory.

To get system info:

Start > Run > MSINFO32
then hit enter..

Although i don't remember if it works on MS Windows 2000.

It should list the RAM and Page File (Also called virtual memory) in last 2 lines under system summary...


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Pc starts after multiple reboots

try replacing the power supply unit

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