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Upgrade question... I have a inspiron 6000 1.3Ghz and I'm wondering if there's a way to increase the processor speed if I upgrade the RAM from 256 to 2 gig and a larger hdd???

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  • JohnDennis51 Jun 27, 2008

    Following Dell advice I have ourchased 2 1 gig memory chips but received no diagram help on installation. Will this proceedure not improve the processung speed of my laptop? Where can I obtain details on how to install new memory chips?

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The only way to up the processor speed is to replace it..

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I upgraded my RAM to 1 Gig but it's still showing only 256 meg. Why?


Hi this model sopport 2Gig Memory Ram.


RAM Technology DDR SDRAM Installed RAM 512 MB Max Supported RAM 2 GB Number of Memory Slots 2 x DIMMs Supported RAM Speeds 400 MHz • 333 MHz Installed Cache Memory 256 KB
RAM Technology DDR SDRAM Installed RAM 512 MB Max Supported RAM 2 GB Number of Memory Slots 2 x DIMMs Supported RAM Speeds 400 MHz • 333 MHz Installed Cache Memory 256 KB
RAM Technology DDR SDRAM Installed RAM 512 MB Max Supported RAM 2 GB Number of Memory Slots 2 x DIMMs Supported RAM Speeds 400 MHz • 333 MHz Installed Cache Memory 256 KB
RAM Technology DDR SDRAM
Installed RAM 512 MB
Max Supported RAM 2 GB
Number of Memory Slots 2 x DIMMs
Supported RAM Speeds 400 MHz • 333 MHz
Installed Cache Memory 256 KB

Please check in to your Bios system maybe share memory Video or capacity is setting

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My pc run too slow. (p4vp-mx) with 256 mb of ram os.win xp and many programs are instaled. my quetion is: what is the maximum ram should I instal for this motherboard? and what else can I do to max....


This motherboard can support up to 2 GIG of RAM and upgrading the RAM will definitely increase the speed of your computer, to make faster also better remove some program that you don't use to free some resources on your computer and do a defrag on your computer.

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I increased memory from 512 to 768 on Dell desktop with 2.4 celeron but did'nt seem to increase speed.what is the problem? Ray.


That minimal amount of increase is not going to be a very noticeable increase also the processor or a faster RPM hard drive is more for the speed. you can go to the system properties in control panel and then the advanced tab and then the settings tab on performance then to the Advanced Tab then to change tab in virtual memory then to custom size make the initial setting 1.5 times the amount of memory installed in your case 768 x 1.5 = 1152
on the max 3 x the amount of memory again, in you case 768
768 x 3 = 2304

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Why my mother boarb ASUS P5P800S did not run for DDR 400 I want computer more faster my DDR I used now is only 256


hi, actually that 400 is not the ram speed. its the ram frequency. DDR ram comes in 3 types of frequency. one is 333hz and another is 400hz. normally people use 400hz. you should not put two kinds of RAM modules with different frequency at same time.
make sure. all the rams you are using are of same speed and same frequency. example use 256 of 400hz with 256 of 400hz. this must help. else revert back to us. thank you sweet rascal

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You can insert the Windows XP CD while logged on Win 98 and run a test from the CD. Obviously you need a larger Hard Disk and at least 126 MB RAM to bring XP to a usable speed. You can look for RAM upgrade options in this page.

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Trying to uprade


upgrade the RAM and find better processing speed of video card and using DDR3 memory

check your motherboard if capable of higher speed RAM..that will help too.


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System speed


Your CPU speed depends on your front side bus speed. Overclock is an option but never recommended. The upgrading ram is cheapest and most noticable upgrade you can do. If your do want to upgrade your computer i would recommend upgrading ram. Remember any computer with a 32-bit processor can only reconize 4 gig's of ram.

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RAM increase


This one mother board supports up to 2 GIG of ram so you can go ahead and upgrade the RAM this is the full specs for this http://www.pcworld.com/product/specs/prtprdid,579607/specs.html

Hope that helps.........

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i want AMD Sempron(tm) processor 2800+ free downloads driver

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Sony Vaio VGN CR-220E


Haha!

I had such dreams too with one of my old Vaio. I really wanted to upgrade the processor and graphic chipset. Turns out that the latter is impossible (it was soldered to the motherboard - it wasn't a graphics card, just an all-in-one chip), as for the processor I was able to take it out but I ran into several problems:
1) vaio added electronic components to the motherboard that made higher CPU speeds unachievable even if the motherboard's cipset (VIA) was able to do that.
2) the cpu maker (AMD in my case) kept telling me that their mobile cpu were custom designed for that specific laptop, so new cpu would be incompatible. Also mobile CPUs are, apparently, only sold to laptop makers, unlike OEMs... (eBay but at ur own risk!).
3) When buying a new CPU, u need to check factors such as the number of pins (mobile cpu are much smaller), voltage, current, wattage and heat dissipation (very important, ur current heat sink was designed for ur current cpu).

But maybe things have changed now. In my case, I could only upgrade the RAM and the hard-drive to larger and faster versions, and the difference was quite significant difference. Faster booting and better internet experience.

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