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Upgrades how do i find out what i can put in a certain motherboard and what brands and sizes

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  • adam williamson Feb 11, 2008

    is there a free program that can scan your system and tell you what can go in it

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Go to gigabyte and punch in your mb info and veiw the users guide.it will tell you what gos in your mb

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I have a MSI KM4M-L motherboard and it will not accept any other memory than the 512mb strip that is in at the moment, and this it reads as a different size. It has a Duron 850 processor.


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Go to the MSI website and make sure you got the latest BIOS for the board, and upgrade it if you need too.

While there, download the operating manual (usually a PDF file) and look where it tells you what kind of memory is compatible with it.
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Upgrade my Dell Dimension 4400 Service Tag 43L5811


You can upgrade to practically the maximum available amount of harddrive space as long as the new drive is IDE. The following picture shows the drive you require:

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A guide to replace a hard disk for this PC is available here.

As a rule of thumb, you should buy the maximum size hard disk you can afford as it improves the performance.

You can choose from any brand but choose the one with maximum warranty.

PS. There is no need to go into any kind of numbers; just ask the vendor to give you a certain size IDE hard drive eg a 250GB Western Digital IDE hard drive.

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Upgrading processor is not likely a practical solution; find out the motherboard manufacturer and contact their site for more information. As to upgrading the motherboard, you'll have to know what kind/size of board your system will require. If you don't have lots of experience, this process is very risky.

Frankly, the cheapest way to upgrade your computer is to buy a used and working product with Windows XP already installed. Go to http://craigslist.com, select your city, and search for a brand name you trust. I've bought DOZENS of used computers very cheap that way (I'm writing this on a $2,200 Dell Latitude D620 I bought fiv months old for $500, who needed the cash!)

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Yikes, a Pentium II?? Unfortunately it will definately be more economical to just replace the whole motherboard, or the whole computer! This motherboard will only support a range of P2 processors, an upgrade will cost several hundred dollars, close to the price of a brand new computer with a P4 in it.

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