Question about HP OmniBook XE3 Notebook
Make sure ac and battery are out. Snap in the modules. Make sure there snapped in correctly or snuggly. Should be as simple as that. Check in your os to see how much memory omnibook says you have in there.
One word of caution. Certain motherboards escpecially older ones only allow a maximum amount of memory per slot or total. Hope that helps somewhat. If your hereing the beep that means the battery must be in. Also make sure there both snapped in correctly.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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