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Yes but please make sure you know what kind of RAM you need. (ie. DDR1, or DDR2)
Almost all laptops have atleast two RAM ports located on the back. I would advise contacting a licensed retailer to match up the RAM you need and give you a quote. Most laptop DDR2 1Gb of RAM prices around 40$.
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1) find your laptop RAM memory stick location reference: http://myeeeguides.wordpress.com/2008/10/15/eee-pc-1000h-ram-upgrade/
2) take out the RAM clean pins then reseat it back, turn on, if still dark screen your laptop got trouble at onboard memory, need send to repair.
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A ram upgrade will not affect your warranty. The RAM is one of the items that the manufacture allows the user to replace. You are good to go.
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Hi.There are a set of instructions that we need to follow for the upgrade process.You can increase the amount of RAM (random access memory)
in the notebook with an optional memory module approved by Compaq.The notebook contains 2 memory slots, one of which is accessible for an optional memory module upgrade.Please refer to think link and select the Hardware Upgrade option in the list in the file which will guide you thru picturised views for helping in the memory upgrade.Link is : http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00090108.pdf.
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The manual is incorrect. Memory is under keyboard. There is a small hole to the left of the right speaker. insert a paperclip vertically into the hole and apply a slight amount of pressure at the same time sliding the plastic section to the left. It should be obvious at this stage. then fold back keyboard. 2 memory slots are located under the plate near the middle of the unit. Specs say max of 2 x 512MB modules. they are PC2100 DDR266 200 pin SODIMM. If there is someone else reading this maybe they can tell me what the slot is for under the smaller plate to the right of the memory compartment.
Your laptop can have up to 1 GB of memory. You should have two slots and you can install 512 MB per slot. Your laptop is using 200 Pin DDR PC2100 266 MHz CL 2.5 SODIMM. You can also install PC3200, but your laptop will clock it down to 266 MHz.
I had the same problem and ASUS tech support was of no help. I did however find the culpret in the BIOS setup. Go to Advanced, Chipset, NorthBridge Chipset, and Memory Configuration. Set the Bank Interleaving to Disabled and save the settings. Check these settings also while you are there:
Channel Interleaving = Auto
Enable clock to all DIMMS = Disabled
Memory Tristate = Disabled
Memory Hole = Enabled
Unganged Mode = Enabled
Power Down Enable = Enabled
Power Down Mode = Channel
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