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Memory I have a pc-chips m748lmrt with a DIMM 64mb pc133, chip one-side, installed. I'd like to know what I can do in order to get an expansion of the memory...

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  • rspalves Apr 22, 2008

    What kind of DIMM module I can buy to a pcchips m748lmrt motherboard? And how many chips it must have?

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You can match the memory you have by pulling out the memory & writing down it's information. Than do a search on google to find more of the same. Or you can buy from the links below.
http://www.google.com/products?q=SDRAM+133Mhz+single+sided&btnG=Search+Products&hl=en&show=dd

http://www.memory4less.com/memory/m4l_kingston_Sdram133.asp

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    Mike Peluso Apr 23, 2008

    Your board provides 3 DIMM slots for SDRAM memory modules & is expandable up to 768MB of memory.



    Or, 3 DIMMS 256MB each SDRAM = 768MB Max.

    Your board will run with memory in DIMM 1, 2, or 3 in any combination of 64MB, 128MB or 256MB SDRAM.

    (Max memory per DIMM is 256MB).



    I posted memory for your board above. You can buy memory from the above postings.



    The memory below is specific for your M748LMRT motherboard. (Click the link).

    http://www.4allmemory.com/index.cfm?fuse...



    Mike

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Has pc100 128mb and tried to go to Pc133 and wouldn't accept, what is the max memory i can put on this board


the details of that board are sorta sketchy, it could be an intel 810 series or 815 series. theres really no way to tell except by opening it up and looking for the largest exposed ic chip with intel stamped on it, and look for an 810 or 815 designation on that chip.

if its an 810, it may not support pc133 ram, depending on the exact 810 model. if its an 810, it also will not support more than 256 total ram.

if its an 815, it will accept 512 total ram, if not more; however, you will have to go with no more than 4 ram sides- meaning, if you have 2 double-sided ram sticks, you will not be able to add anymore. if you have 2 single sided sticks, and a 3rd ram slot open, you may be able to add a double sided stick in the empty slot for 1+1+2=4 ram sides.

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I have a pc133 ram and i think its a 156kb ram. i need at least 1gb of DDR ram. what ram can i use?


rst, KNOW THE NUMBER OF REFRESH CYCLES YOUR MOTHERBOARD SUPPLIES! This is dependant on the chip set on you motherboard and the chip set initialization code in you BIOS. (Theoretically, depending on the limitations of your motherboard chip set hardware, the BIOS initialization code could be changed to use a higher refresh number allowing all available DIMMs to work together. I have never done this so, it is just a theory.)

Second, ASK THE VENDOR (OR MANUFACTURER) HOW MANY REFRESH CYCLES ARE REQUIRED FOR THE DIMMs YOU ARE CONSIDERING PURCHASING! This will tell you immediately if the memory will work in your system or not. There is no magic about it. Ask if the memory requires 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k, or 16k memory refresh cycles.

If the number of refresh cycles required by the DIMM is the same or less than the number that your motherboard supplies, the memory will work just fine. If it is more than your motherboard supplies, you will only "see" part of the memory on the DIMM. Additionally, any other DIMMs in the system may not be recognized at all. No Good!!!

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Toshiba sp6000 512mb sdr 133mhz chips


These are the memory modules for your notebook, any others won't work. The max is 1024mb

You need these modules:
PC133 512MB (PA3108U-1M51)
PC133 256MB (PA3086U-1M25)
PC133 128MB (PA3085U-1M12)

If the modules you've installed meet the above criteria then make sure they are seated correctly.

Bear in mind it is always possible one of the modules is defective so try them one at a time, also they are non-eec.

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Tried to upgrade ram with 2 new pc133 sticks of 256mb ea. Didn't work. What's wrong? Are there switches on the motherboard I need to change? Or something else?


No there are no DIP switches to change, or jumpers to move on your motherboard, in regards to your BIOS recognizing ram memory installed.
(BIOS. Basic Input/Output System. This tiny program, {64MB in size usually}, that is burned into your BIOS chipset, is what recognizes ram memory on your computer)

Things to know about the older Sdram ram memory.
1.It's really SDR Sdram. Single Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory.
DDR is Double Data Rate Sdram, DDR2 is Double Data Rate 2 Sdram, and so on.

Point? All ram from SDR to DDR3, IS Sdram.

2.Standards have been set by JEDEC for computer ram memory starting from DDR Sdram on up. This standards were not implemented back in the day of SDR Sdram.

Point? Ram memory manufacturers didn't all follow the same standard, and ram memory made for one computer, would Not work in another computer.
This means you need THE ram memory for YOUR eMachines computer.

Main factors when buying SDR Sdram,
A.Correct type. You know this. SDR Sdram.
168 gold plated contact pins on the bottom of the ram 'stick'. (82 on each side)

B.Correct 'Speed'. ('Speed' is slang for Frequency Rate) You know this. SDR Sdram that operates at a frequency rate of 133MHz. (Or also known as PC133)

C.It must be low density Non-ECC ram memory. It cannot be high density ECC. (Error Control Correcting. Used for Server computers mostly)

D.Correct CAS Latency. Also known as Ram Timings. 3-3-3-3-2 would be normal for SDR Sdram.

E.Correct Chip Configuration. How the DRAM chips are accessed. DRAM chips are the black rectangular chips on each side of your ram memory 'stick'. Also what size the DRAM chips are in MegaBytes. (MB)

F.What the Maximum TOTAL Amount is for the motherboard. Is it 256MB? 512MB? Or more?

G.What the Maximum Amount is for EACH ram 'slot'. (Correct speak for 'Slot' is Bank)

H.Do you have four ram 'slots'? You MUST have a ram stick in Slot 1. This is the slot closest to the processor. It is the first ram slot the processor 'reads'.

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Where is second SDRAM slot for 2nd 512MB chip installation?


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The notebook has no SDRAM built into its motherboard, but has two slots for PC133 SDRAM
modules: a system SDRAM slot beneath the keyboard (containing an SDRAM module installed at the
factory), and an expansion slot on the bottom of the unit.
I hope this answers your question......sodeep

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