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Toshiba A105 S2001 laptop does not recognize 1GB memory chip

In slot 1

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  • David Shulman Jun 26, 2009

    The memory has been determined by Toshiba, and

    Crucial and Memory-up to be correct. The chip runs correctly in slot 2. The only way the laptop runs is with the original 512 chip in slot one. The bios is up to date.

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Is 1 gb is you ram, if it is ram then your ram is not compatible with your laptop.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

  •  Dave Burrows
    Dave Burrows Jun 03, 2013

    The Toshiba Satellite A105 S2001 does support 2 x 1GB memory modues, but Crutial no longer sells 1 GB sticks that the most recent BIOS recognizes.

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