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Re: Ram memory conflict
While buying ram you should check the speed at which the ram is operating.generally the vendor will tell you that.and you also check the motherboard manual for the memory specification.
you can ask your vendor to change the ram.
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Memory: Looks like the Aspire T180 takes DDR2 533/667/800 memory. This is pretty easy to upgrade. Check to see how many memory slots your computer has (Probably 4, might only have 2). You should probably just replace what you have with new memory. I recommend this memory: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231122 It is 2x 2GB modules. 4GB of RAM is a good amount of RAM to have, you will see a noticeable performance increase.
WiFi: I would recommend a USB wifi adaptor. It is easy to instal and most ones work well, even the cheap ones. Just stick it in the back of your computer and forget it it's even there. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833130066 I recommend this one, I have been using it for 2 years and have had no problems.
Based on your memory specs below the maximum RAM that you can install in your computer is 1GB
DDR2 SDRAM and you can get 1GB RAM for like $15 -$ 20. 1 GB DDR2 SDRAM is what you need to buy.
Your Memory Specs: Installed Cache Memory: 256.0 KB [close]Installed RAM: 512.0 MB
RAM, or Random Access Memory, is the place in a computerwhere the operating system, application programs and data in current use arekept so that they can be quickly reached by the computer's processor. Theamount of RAM you have affects how quickly you will experience your computerworking. [close]Installed Video Memory: 512.0 MB [close]Max Supported RAM: 1.0 GB [close]Number of Memory Slots: 4 x 240 Pin DIMMs [close]RAM Technology: DDR2 SDRAM
Have you got the latest Microsoft updates loaded? That can cause that especially with Google. I have not heard of any conflicts with FireFox. Office is suspect also if the Office updates are missing. Have you enough RAM to run all programmes at once? Check the specifications maybe. Good luck.
your p.c has four slots for ram 533Mhz. if your ram is low then you can purchase extra ram to speed up your computers processing power. either 512Mb or 1Gb sticks are available for your motherboard at 533Mhz. if this is not sufficient then you will have to upgrade your board to a newer more powerfull model. changing motherboard is not replacing the whole computer. see computer repair shop or vendor.
If it won't post you have a bad memory chip or memory slot try a different slot. Do you have more than one stick of ram? if so remove one stick and try it in different slots, if it does not post then buy some new ram.
YOUR COMUTER GRAPHICS CARD PROBABLY NEEDS A UNGRADE, VIDEO GAMES PUT A LOT OF STRESS ON THE PROC NEED TO CLEAN OT THE PROCESSOR AND THE VIDEO CARD TO DELIVER GAMING PERFORMANCE. SINCE YOUR SYSTEM WASN'T DESIGN FOR GAMING IT MAY CAUSE A LOT OF MEMORY CONFLICT WITH THE RAPID TRANSFERRING OF INFORMATION FROM THE PROCRSSOR TO THE RAM, TRY UPGRADING YOUR RAM AND VIDEO CARD AND U SHOULD HAVE BETTER PERFORMANCE WITHOUT SHUTDOWN. U MAY DUST OUT THE COMPUTER DUST ON THE PARTS CAN MAKE THEM OVERHEAT AND SHUT DOWN
Hi, One or both of your RAMs have developed a fault. Change both RAM. After changing RAM pl format again and than try. Do not insert those faulty RAM again. Get your RAM tested by a software which is available on Microsoft site for free. Thanks Bhaskar