Question about IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook
We went to upgrade our memory from what we thought was only 256 to 1G...what we realized is that we had two 256 memory sticks inside the machine but it is only recognizing 1/2. We upgraded the RAM memory sticks so now we have 512 but does anyone know what the problem could be or has anyone experienced this? My PC specialist friend that replaced the RAM memory sticks is recommending further help from someone more experienced in repairing such issues. Just looking for ideas.
The problem is the mother board. One of the memory slots has gone bad. This is common with T30s.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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