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Asus memory i have a asus a6tc laptop can i buy a new motherboard to make memory bigger than 2gb . thanks peter

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Yes you can buy a new MB. Here's a link to a motherboard that will support 4GB or RAM. You didn't specify what proc you have to double check to make sure the MB is compatable.

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It seems that ur laptop doesnt support memory more than 2 gb. So, either u flash ur bios to latest version so that u can add more memory or else buy a new montherboard for ur laptop w.hich can support memory more than 2 gb

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Hello here is the asus home page:

http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/K50IJ/#support_Download

Try to contact the asus support before upgrading the cpu.
Your laptop will probably not support a bigger cpu, because there is a limit here.
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This depends on how the mainboard is build, cache size and so on.
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The mainboard is build by asus or intel.

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actually your laptop doent support memory more than 2 gb, either you have to flash ur bios to new version so that you can add more memory or else you have to buy new motherboard.

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with rams, if the memory it has is higher than that of your cpu, the pc will not boot up or if it is too low compared to your cpu again.

thus, you say it has got two slots right, remove both of the 512's and insert the 1gig only, run your computer, i am sure it will boot up nicely. switch it off. put one 512, if it does not boot then you should know that your ram has an excess of memory that your cpu could not apprehend to.

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You could try lowering the Cas latency. Just boot into the bios and try lowering the cas latency up by .5 For example, if it's running at 2.0 change it to 2.5 or 2.5 to 3.0 Yes this will slow down your system, but it may be a more stable speed for the ram to run at. You could also have bad ram, or maybe your problem isn't ram related at all. It's possible your motherboard is the cause of all of your problems. Peter

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