Question about Dell Latitude CPX Notebook
You need the low density ram and not high density. Unfortunately the low density stuff is rather more expensive then the high density so you're best trying to get some second hand - ebay maybe? I think the cpx only accepts pc100 even though the crucial site recommends PC133. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
No you should not give up. You just have to add the correct brand of memory that DELL recommends, or memory that is compatible. Memory makers like Kingston and others, through their web sites can help you determine the right kind of memory for your laptop. Select the largest capacity that a slot can handle. Do not mix memory modules from different manufacturers. If a higher speed (newer) memory is compatible, buy the newer ones, older ones may no longer be made, and it will cost you more to find them
Hope it helps.
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