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I have got new ddr3 ram 8gb for my laptop it says online that my core i3 will run and handle it but for some reason when i put the 8gb ram in i will get an error from windows 8 but when i go into my bios it shows that the ram is there and ever thing. Thank you for Helping Rick
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most current laptops have a lid/panel underneath the bottom covers hiding the memory. You need to turnover the laptop and visual inspect the bottom panel/cover. Memories often are readily accessible to the user. They are underneath a lid/panel which is roughly squarish about 2 X 2 inches. It is normally held in place by small screw(s). Upon screw removal, you need to pry open the lid cover to expose the memories. Pressing sideways on the 2 retaining clips of the memory would pop it out slightly which should then be relatively easy to remove.Popping in new memory is the reverse. Diagonally insert the new memories into the slots to initially set them in. Gently but firmly press on the memories downwards to lock them in place. You will notice that the 2 retaining clips will automatically lock in place.
Alternately, for a few more, you can purchase the memory from any computer shop/store and ask them to install hereby assuring yourself that the job was done right. Further the store will not have any excuse/reason when the new memory malfunctions and can be readily replaced.
Of course yo can do it yourself, it is relatively a simple job and if you are willing to take the risk (very minimal), go for a DIY (do-it-yourself).
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
Reseat the CMOS battary:
How to Change/Reset a BIOS password Posted on 30 December 2008
Tags: Tech News, Tutorials If you are a normal computer user who has forgot his BIOS password and you are unable to access to your BIOS, then you need a simple way to change your BIOS. Its not that hard because you just need a simple trick to reset your BIOS password.
Open your CPU cabinet after switching OFF the power and then try to locate the CPU battery which can be found very easily. Once you locate your battery you need to remove it once and restart your PC without the battery.
Note : Once you remove your battery from the mother board, you will find that all your time settings in your computer would be lost, and some softwares may stop working which are based on your computer time.
You need to shut down your PC again and now add back the battery which will enable you the time saving feature and also reset your BIOS password.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
A quick short cut is to open a browser if you use Internet Explorer and select tools menu, then select Internet options. When the box opens then select the advanced tab and scroll down until you see a check box under security and check allow active content from CD to run on my computer.
Also here is the link for your manual: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/index.pl
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
SOURCE: my Dell Insipiron N4010 intel
These fan are meant to run constantly at a low power and on high when using a lot of processing power (like playing a game or HD movie).
I would boot into Dell diagnostic and make sure the high and low settings of the fan aqre working properly it may be that the fan is on high all the time when it should be in low mode.
Dell Diag. Press F12 at boot Select Dell Diagnostics Go through the basic diagnostic ~5 minutes After basic diag the advanced diagnostic will start Go through the menu and select the Fan test
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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Memory Type: DDR3 PC3-10600, DDR3 PC3-12800, DDR3 PC3-8500, DDR3 PC3-14900, DDR3 (non-ECC)
Maximum Memory: 32GB
Each memory slot can hold DDR3 PC3-10600, DDR3 PC3-12800, DDR3 PC3-8500, DDR3 PC3-14900 with a maximum of 16GB kit (8GBx2) per slot.*
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