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What kind of memory is compatible with the PC?

I want to add memory to the PC, but i can't find what kind of memory it need for it to be compatible

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Just tried to add memory. Initially gave a blue fault screen. took new memory out and put old back in. Now computer freezes prior to just opening desktop. Can not start in safe mode. Same thing...


Hello tlp7
Probably the slots need a good clean up . Use a soft cloth or a brush with methanol or similar to get them
spotless and clean the old memory pins the same way . Ensure your new memory card is compatible with your system .
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I tried to upgrade the memory of my 450 sx4 pc from 512mb to 1 GB


You may have installed a memory card or stick (unit) that is not compatible with your computer. Make sure the unit is compatible, as you cannot add just any brand of memory upgrade units to any computer. They have to be compatible.

I suggest visiting the store of where it was purchased or a computer store, or possibly the manufacturer of the computer to find out what memory units are compatible.

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Go to All4Memory.COM and download their memory scanner to determine what memory you need and how much space you would use.

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RAM compatibilty


No, DDR 400 will not work. The best thing you can do is call Dell and give them your information. Model number and that kind of information and let them tell you what kind of ram you need. If you put the wrong type of ram in your machine it could cause major damage. There are so many different kinds of memory out there, not to mention high and low denisity. Your machine may use PC2700 high density and if you try to use PC2700 low density it will not work. One other thing that you can try is uninstall a stick of your ram and write down everything on the stickers and then go to some place like kingston memory and use their memory locator to find what you need.

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I have a dell b110 dimension...i took the memory out to see what kind of ram it was to add more to the system. When i replaced the ram, it wont boot up. when you push the power button, it hums like it is...


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