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Want to upgrade to a new card i have old card nv34 what can i upgrde to have 160 -wattpower with 1gig memory

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I have an ET1161-05- can it be upgraded to hold more memory and run faster?


Hi.
Yes, your computer came with 2 gig's of ram in the form of 2 1gig modules of ddr2 ram.

There are 4 slots for memory all together, and each slot can hold 2 gig memory chips in each one, for a total of 8 gig's of ram!

That would cause a serious performance improvement for you.

It also came with a 160 gb hard drive, so if you want to, you can get as larger drive as well.

As far as processors, a dual core, AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ Brisbane 2.9GHz 2 x 512KB L2 Cache Socket AM2 65W processor will fit in with absolutely no bios updates required, so all you would have to do is take the old processor out, put the new one in, and turn the computer on.
It will recognize the new processor automatically, and will work right away!

This will have a significant performance boost, possibly doubling the total speed of your computer.

I hope this helps you out, and have a good day !

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I have an ASRock Motherboard M 266A, 512 Mb of ram and Nvidia GeForce 4 MX 440 with AG P8X. Kindly could you tell me if I can upgrade my computer with a better videio card and what is the name or type? I...


nvidia 9600gt agp version 512kb vram.

if you get a card with 1gig of ram on it, you would have to have at least thqat much, 1gig, installed into your system ram as well.

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Wen i upgraded memory on hp 708 pc all i get now


possible cause of this issue is that the memory module you purchase is not compatible with the motherboard. e.g if you old memory is 1Gig DDR2 667mhz you should purchase a 667mhz memory also if you will still be using the old memory. you cannot use memory with different speed.

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Gigabyte ga-81915 pmd motherboard/precott 3.6 cpu/upgrade cpu?


the best and cheapest up grade is RAM.
Make sure you have all the memory your machine can handle.
A quick look say it can handle Core™ 2 Extreme QX9770(3.2GHz,12 MB)
And it has a PCI-express slot so you have a big chiose of video cards.Are you using the machine for gaming?

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I bought a 2gig kit of memory from Dell for a precision 450 and it's only seeing 1gb in the Bios. Upgraded the Bios and it's still only seeing 1gb


You memory slots have primary and secondary slots. Switch the old memory with the new one and put the 1Gb in the secondary slot.

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Will not boot past Logo screen with new XFX nvidia Gforce 9500Gt 1gig card


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I have an ibm thinkpad t41 laptop i upgraded to a 1gig ram i want to know if the grapics card can be changed or upgraded . I am trying to run 7 wonders game and it freezes up


the graphics cards really cant be upgraded with out major work. The game you want to run needs 512 of dedicated video memory, not shared as a laptop uses.

Hope this helps,

Thanks,

Mark

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Memory upgrade


The memory should be DDR II Ram. To find how much ram you have simply click on Start then right click on "My Computer" and click properties. Chances are you have 512 ram. It will tell you in the lower right hand side along with your processer and windows version. Once you have found out how much ram you have, turn off your computer flip it upside down and pull out the battery. Then you should see a cover with one or two screws in it that measures about 3 inch by 4 inch. Remove the screws and take the cover off. This is where your memory goes. If there is 512 memory in your computer you will either have 1 512 memory stick or 2 256 sitcks. Remember that any time you upgrade memory it is best to take out the old memory and replace with either one stick of higher ram or two of equal ram. Never mis a 512 and a 256 or 512 and 1gig ect. Take the ram stick/sticks out and bring them down to the store with you just so as to get the correct memory. Also, remember when you replace the memory, if you are just upgrading to one 1gig stick to put it in the A DIMM slot. This is the primary ram slot.

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Dell dimension 3000 memory card


if your pc is old, it may not be compatible with that amount of memory.. check to see your are buying the correct type of memory, a lot of pc's vary depending on model.. be sure to push down firmly when installing the memory stick.. hope this helps

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