Ive been lookin at buying ram cards also and i seen on websites 200 pin, 220 pin etc. what does that mean and will i have to watch for that when i buy ram for my motherboard cause mine says 184 in my manual......
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what type of ram did you upgrade with it should have been DDR and keep the same brand/type of ram modules the same check the ram sockets make sure they are clean and the ram is securely seatedThe ram modules should have either of these 2 the same1 GB 184-pin DIMMDDRPC 2700 memory module1 GB 184-pin DIMMDDRPC 3200 memory module
its lookin like Moistre problem, If you Know Lil bit of computer hardware. then unplug the Power Cord, Remove the CPU cabinet cover. locate the RAM
Remove the RAM by sliding back the side locks and insert it BACK. Put the cabinet cover etc and power it ON. If same problem persists Remove the Graphic Card(if you Have). if graphics is Onboard
then the Problem with the Onboard graphics. send it to service center or buy New one.(You can try also Deassembling all Parts like processor, ram, cables etc) best of luck
ok, you seem to have covered most of the normal trouble shooting procedures.. Now, you say it beeps when you take all the ram sticks out but does nothing when you fit ram. My first impression is that this is a ram issue. Maybe the ram is not compatible with the board or has been damaged. This can also be the case if the board itself is damaged. It could be that the i/o controller chip may have thrown in the towel and fitting ram causes the board to access this chip. No ram means control passes over to the BIOS error routines and the i/o chip is NOT accessed. Or, it could be both..
Try the ram sticks in another PC first.
Static discharge damage is very common, even if you have the anti-static mats etc. I have mats, a wrist strap even my workbench is grounded along with my soldering station etc but I have still damaged boards through static discharge. I have also found that some brands of Ram simply do not work with certain boards so try the ram in another PC first !!
Also, make sure that the ram you are using is correct and that you are NOT mixing different sizes or speeds. Next, make sure that non of the USB ports in the case are connected and that the boards own USB ports are not damaged as a bent pin in a port will always cause issues. Sorry that this may not be much help but as I said before, you are covering all the bases, the beeps without ram are making me lean towards a ram issue though..
hi, this is memory card slot problem, you just watch the pins of slot will be ok or not, but remember pin are lookin ok by veiwing from out side so open your camera and resoldring all pins of slot, you just find the magic,if any pin is broken then you must change the memory card slot, its sure solution . i
STOP! You have just bent a few pins. Your camera has a male connection. Meaning it has pins sticking out. If you are unable to insert a memory card, that means a pin is bent and is not going into the holes in your memory card. This is a common problem with cameras that accept a compact flash card. This can be an easy fix or it can be a very hard fix.
Ive fixed a couple of cameras like this with a pair of tweezers. flash light (or some big source of light) and a magnifying glass. You need to look into the slot on the camera under light and look at all the pins sticking out. Look for the bent pins and use the tweezers to bend them back. Be careful not to keep bending the pin back and forth, as this will break the pin off. Ive seen cameras work without certain pins, but this is not something you want to do.
To have an SLR fixed is a minimum $160 dollars depending on where you take it too. The D70 is a good camera.
Please do not stick the memory card back in. Check the memory card to make sure all the holes are clear and have nothing blocking the holes or make sure a hole has gotten bigger and merged into one. I would use a different card once the pins are are sticking straight.
I believe you would be better off if you buy a new case as well as motherboard Dell cases can be restrictive on amount of drives etc you can fit in them If you do you will need to find a board that will suit your type of ram and video card RAM is it 168 pin 186 pin 200 pin DDR DDR2 DDR3 etc video card is it AGP or PCI-E 4X 8X 16X
The 4400 can support a maximum of 1GB of RAM. It only has two memory slots so in order to achieve 1GB you would need two 512MB cards. This would mean you would have to discard whatever is in the machine now.
The manual on the Dell website says this motherboard has an AGP slot so you could buy a newer AGP video card if you wish.
Here are my thoughts...it looks like this computer came with 256MB of memory and a 1.7GHz Pentium 4 processor. If you're using it for email, office applications, and Internet then buying additional RAM will not be a bad investment. I'm skeptical that a new video card is worth the money unless you're into gaming or CAD in which case you would be better off buying a new system.
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