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there should be a pannel underneith the laptop, pop it open and you should see tw or one sticks of ram, now depending on ho they have been fixed on it could be a simple leaver at the side of the ram or it could be just a simple slide out one! bu remeber to turn it off before you do so
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 /
You may need to go to your manufacturer's website for toshiba, and flash your bios with the latest flash for this.
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Check the specs of the computer. The model you has two memory slots. One on the bottom of the notebook. One under the keyboard. Each equal 64 mb thus 128 mb. You need to replace both with sdram 256 mb sticks not one 512.
Well...digging through HP's web page is always fun...;-)
but it looks like you've got the wrong memory. You should only use PC2100 DDR-266 MHz or higher RAM, according to HP. (You can find the manual here.) Sometimes the so-called "Memory Finder" on vendor's pages give you the wrong information. If that is the case (and it's their fault), talk to them and try to exchange it to the correct modules.
Normally a blue screen of death (BSOD) with memory dump is indicative of a fault in the:
1. Possibly memory;
2. video; or
In some instances, Software-
a. Drivers; or
b. the Operating System itself.
You may want to check the memory installed in your laptop. Some versions have them underneath the keyboard while most would have it at the bottom covered by a lid/plate secured with 1 or 2 small screws. The memory will spring out if you unlock the two side clips. You need to clean the little gold contacts with a pencil eraser. Re-insert back securely and try again.
If the above does not correct the BSOD, you may need to replace them.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turn out or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.