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I my W3502, can I run both the 512 MB and a new 1 GB RAM stick?

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Yes as long as they are compatable take your 512 to the shop with you and they will check to see if it will.

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SOURCE: RAM Memory upgrade: 1gb modeles recognized as 512mb

You may have incompatible memory. double check your order and use only recomended name brand memory such as Kingston, you can look up the correct memory on their website, or on newegg.com

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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the memory is dual channel, so you have to use matched memory for it to work 1gig in each slot if possible, check the 1 gigs and 512's to see if they run at the same bus speed, if they are not matched there is your problem try a gig and a 512 in slot 0 to see if it picks the memory up, also there is sometimes an option in the bios to dissable dual mode

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SOURCE: can i upgrade memory more than 1 gb , standard 512

Sony specs say:

  • Maximum Memory: 1024MB
  • Slots: 2 (2 banks of 1)
  • Standard Memory: 512MB removable
the answer is no.
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It depends on what you would like the end result to be. If you need to multi-task, and have 10 windows running at once, go with the 4GB @ 5300 because while it might take a little longer your computer will still be able to handle all the information. However if you are just using it for light browsing and would prefer speed over bulk (when it comes to data processing) go with the 2 @ 6400. I don't think it would be worth it to get 2 more @ 6400, technology is advancing so fast. If you have 60 bucks you can upgrade to two 4GB @ 10600 (8GB total for $60) 1333MHz PC3. Lookup Corsair XMS3 4GB RAM.

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