Question about Akai Mpc1000 128mb Ram Expansion System
I recently purchased ram for my MPC 1000. The ram is a IBM 256MB 133MHz (32Mx64) PC133 SoDimm SDRAM Laptop notebook 144 Pin SD RAM. Once I installed it, I turned on my MPC. I now have 128MB installed (which is cool). After I finished using the MPC I turned it off. I turned it on the next day and I received a memory bootscan I received another message abruptly that says "problem was found in memory, system will now halt". I went back and checked my memory which didn't look loose or out of place. I kept getting this message. Once I took the memory back out the side pieces of the memory holder in the slot broke off. What kind of repair would be needed to get this problem fixed and should I also get a different ram other than IBM?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well a hard drive is a logical drive in which windows and all the things you download are stored until the user deletes them, and the pc133 memory is a temporary storage in where when you open something on your desktop in windows it is then stored into your pc-133 memory so you can view it, the more of this you have the faster it will open items on the hard drive, they both pretty much accentuate each other, the more ram you have the faster your hard disk access will be
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
SOURCE: mpc1000 and 128mb ram
is it a genuine 128 akai card or another brand? If it's non-genuine you might have the wrong chip layout. look for a 256mb PL3 P133 144pin sodimm(4x64). Picked mine up at a computer recycler for US$20 and it works a treat. Hope it helps!
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Check if the ram you bought is compatible with that of the existing
in your Akai Mpc. The ram strip comes with a clock speed number stamp into it. It must be the same, otherwise it will not function. Or
it must be defective. On my own practice, I bring my PC to the com-
puter store, and let them activate the additional ram. In that manner
I will be assured of the compatibility and integrity of the ram added.
Do this, I'm sure you will be satisfied with the result. E-mail for result.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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