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Your laptop's RAM is upgradeable to up to 4 GB using two DDR2 533/667 MHz SODIMM modules.
So your upgrade options here are: 1. Buy a 1 GB DDR2 533/667 MHz SODIMM module & install it to get a total RAM of 2 GB (Price around US$ 25). 2. Buy a 2 GB DDR2 533/667 MHz SODIMM module & install it to get a total RAM of 3 GB (Price around US$ 45).
HELLO..if you convert the memory and it is you experienced these problems may be the
memory you bought is not compatible with laptop, can the FSB memory is high and
the laptop is low and they do not match the FSB, or try to install a new OS /
According to the specs of this laptop model, it supports up to 4 GB of DDR2 533/667 MHz memory using two soDIMM modules. This means that you will have to replace the 512 MB memory module already installed in your laptop, & replace it with 2 soDIMM DDR2 533/667 MHz memory modules, each of 2 GB capacity.
that machine will be pain in the ***...it will run only in windows 98...windows xp will run but very slow due to the memory....ddr333 are more expensive than the cost you bought that computer..512md ddr 333 cost 50 to 60 dollars ..and you will buy wireless card to have wireless connection..cost you 40 bucks...buy more updated laptop and less pain in your wallet..to make this computer work ..do not install windows...instal linux
The maximum RAM the can be installed is 2GB. The memory type you would need is DDR2 SDRAM - 533.0 MHz.If you'd like to know more about your computer here is a link to the specs: http://reviews.cnet.com/laptops/acer-aspire-3680-2249/4507-3121_7-32416895.html?tag=mncol;rnav
Upgrading your memory would be the best thing to do. You already have the necassary information to do so (DDR 333 MHz CL2.5). With the prices of RAM dropping fast, you can get 1GB fairly cheap. Here is a link to some Corsair RAM that will work in your system. Laptops usually hold 2 sticks, so if you purchase two that will put you at 1 GB. You could print that out, and take it to your local store if you want to find the right kind, but it might cost a lot more. The reason that Windows does not show the full amount of memory is due to the on board video card takes some to operate.