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HOW MUCH RAM CAN I PUT IN

  • I WANT TO KNOW HOW MUCH RAM I CAN PUT I MY COMPUTER. I ALREADY HAVE 256SDRAM IN IT.

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Depends on how many ram slots you have.. windows can support up to 4 giggs of ram, and mac i believe is 16 giggs. you can get up to 2giggs per stick of ram i believe

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If you are referring to computer RAM always put the largest ram module closest the CPU central processing unit


try to keep the same brand and type of ram the same ie: ddr ddr3.......
you will be able to read the ram type on the ram already inside


make sure you secure the ram modules by pressing the levers down firmly at both ends of of there sockets


make sure your computer is turned of before you attempt this
be sure to wear an earth strap before touching anything inside your computer
the ram modules sockets are located near your cpu


If you're not sure if a module is right for your system, use the Crucial Memory Advisor tool for a list of guaranteed compatible modules.


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If you are referring to computer RAM always put the largest ram module closest the CPU central processing unit


try to keep the same brand and type of ram the same ie: ddr ddr3.......
you will be able to read the ram type on the ram already inside


make sure you secure the ram modules by pressing the levers down firmly at both ends of of there sockets


make sure your computer is turned of before you attempt this
be sure to wear an earth strap before touching anything inside your computer
the ram modules sockets are located near your cpu


If you're not sure if a module is right for your system, use the Crucial Memory Advisor tool for a list of guaranteed compatible modules.


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If you are referring to computer RAM always put the largest ram module closest the CPU central processing unit
try to keep the same brand and type of ram the same ie: ddr ddr3.......
you will be able to read the ram type on the ram already inside
make sure you secure the ram modules by pressing the levers down firmly at both ends of of there sockets
make sure your computer is turned of before you attempt this
be sure to wear an earth strap before toudhing anything inside your computer
the ram modules sockets are located near your cpu
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The computer turns on but won't boot and the bios doesn't show up on the screen. I tried another monitor that I know works to no avail. I replaced the power supply and that did not produce anything. I...


Listen for any beeps coming from the system speaker within the computer. If there is nothing you may want to check the RAM within the computer itself.
Unplug the computer.
  1. Unplug the computer.
  2. Open it up, you should already know how to do this based off of your experience level expressed in your question.
  3. Pop the RAM out of its slots.
  4. Brush away any dirt or dust that might get in the way or reseating the RAM properly.
  5. Place and snap in the RAM carefully.
  6. Plug back in computer and start it.
During the POST of the computer it checks: Processor, RAM, Video.
If any of these arent available then it usually beeps a signal which can be referenced in the Motherboard's manual to identify the problem. But recent computers do not beep for processor or RAM problems.

Take a look at these, I am sure you will find something along those lines.

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I dont know how many ram and video support my motherboard


This motherboard supports upto 8 GB of RAM..It already has 512 MB of Video with Nvidea graphics card which is HD compatible. I am not sure if you want to put some more onto it.

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I want more RAM please!!


Take your memory into the store when you go to buy. They should be able to match it. Before you take the memory out touch the metal on the computer case to discharge any static electricity from yourself. Apparently static electricity can damage memory.

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You have 2 sticks of RAM correct? One that came with the system and one that you bought. You also have to slots but it appears one may not be working, however, nothing is impossible but that is very rare it is normally the RAM itself and not the slot. Take both pieces out, put the new ram in the first slot and boot up. If the system will not boot up then it is the RAM because you already know that that slot is good. However, you cannot do the same thing with the second slot, because your motherboard looks for RAM in the first slot and if there is none then it stops boot. Conclusion: Put new RAM in first, slot if it works then second slot is bad, if it does not work, then RAM is bad...

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You might want to go to the computer manufacturers web site and see if they have a list of error codes for you computer. If not, you might also try to do a Google search for error codes pertaining to your particular computer.

If you can't find a list of error codes, keep in mind that some computers can be very finicky about the type of RAM that is installed. If you haven't already, check to make sure that the RAM you are trying to install is 100% compatible with the computer that you have. If so, you might try installing the RAM one stick at a time and rebooting with each chip individually. This will help to determine whether one of the chips might be bad or not. If the RAM is 100% compatible - AND - it will not boot with a single stick installed, there is a distinct possibility that all of the RAM sticks could be bad.

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if you're using windows vista, you need to upgrade to service pack 1 to make the RAM work on your computer. before installing the RAM on your computer, be sure that you already didi power reset. turn off the computer. unplug the ac adapter and remove the battery pack. press and hold the power button for 10 secs. reseat the RAM in the computer. put in all power sources back to the computer.

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nope.works just fine in more than one machine. The 2nd computer WILL tell you on start up that memory configuration has changed, but you'll already know that.

go ahead and enjoy the memories(he..he)

got backup?

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