Im looking to upgrade to 1gb with (2) 512mb. Im uncertain the the right memory to purchase. Is this correct?
PC133 Low Density 512MB SDRAM 133MHZ 512 MB PC 133 RAM
or 512MB PC133 SDRAM 133MHZ UNIVERSAL SODIMM LOW DENSITY ? Or are they both the same? Help please! thanks. Barry
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are the memory modules of the same brand and type IE: hynex ddr3 low density
if you're not sure if a module is right for your system, use theCrucial Memory Advisor tool for a list of guaranteed compatible modules.first you will need to select the manufacturer from a drop down list then select your product line from a drop down list then select the model then click find it will take you directly to compatible ram also you will have an option to scan your system
sometimes when a hard drive is performing to slow it is because there isn't enough Random Access Memory (RAM) in your tower or laptop all you have to do is upgrade the RAM to 1GB - 3GB is will ensure the hard drives performance will increase
In my most humble assumption, I see no problems doing this. At the most a BIOS upgrade may be necessary; however a quick check at Dells support and drivers site will most likely show that your device has the latest BIOS available.
Dell's support is quick to state the original capabilities of their devices as shipped. Not downing any parties, they would rather you buy another product then continue with your previous purchase.
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Let me see if I can help you out a bit... Adding a 160gb to a 40gb does give you 200gb. BUT!!! you will loose a little bit on each one after formatting the harddrive. The new drive will wind up being about 157 or 159gb give or take a little. ANY harddrive partition, whether it is a c:, d:, etc...you DO have to format EACH drive letter. If you partition your 160gb harddrive into 2 parts, (2) 80gb drives, then they would get two drive letters and both of them get formatted. IF the 40gb drive is C: then the new 160gb partitioned in half would be D: & E:. CDROM Drive would be F: and so on.... Floppy Drives, CDrom Drives, DVD Drives, you do not have to format like a hard drive...
If you add a 1gb stick of memory to your existing 256mb stick of memory then you WOULD have 1gb + 256mb. If you remove the 256mb and just add 1gb, then you would just have 1gb.
Digital photos take up differing amounts of disk space depending on their resolution. For instance, a small picture such as a logo from a website would take up substantially less space than a picture you would use for your desktop wallpaper. If you are looking to use your USB drive for photos, you may want to shop around in the store for memory cards first, as they commonly have a chart that translates storage capacity to the number of photos per resolution. This may help you decide which size flash drive to purchase.