But i already buy a 1..2048 .. 667mhz .. so would it had been better if i got 2.. 1024..ram or is that almost the same ??? just so i know befor i put them in my laptop of it have a dif then i will retrune it and change to 2...1024ram 667mhz but only if its a big dif it will make and aging thanks for the help
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If you already check your connections and still no answer from what you're doing, do these steps:
check for any beep codes
remove and reinsert your RAM to another memory slot, if it works you have a problem with your RAM, you'll need to buy a new RAM that is compatible with your motherboard
if you here a 1 short beep, that means it already start the booting sequence of your computer but you don't see any boot screen and still the out of range error. You have a defective graphic card.
Is your monitor is a LCD type? if your answer is yes that means your monitor is not compatible with your old graphic card, buy a new graphic card that is compatible with your motherboard and to your LCD monitor. Because old graphic cards or onboard vga cannot hold much more pixels than newer ones that's why you have an out of range error
It all depends on what you mean by boost. I would recommend just buying better/more ram with a better CAS latency and/or speed then the current RAM you have to the fastest compatible RAM for your system. If you need further assistance please let me know and please confirm the model number of your laptop. Thank you, Lee
Try defragmenting your hard drive, buying more ram, freeing up disc space, buying a faster processor, removing programs from startup or uninstalling unused programs. If you clarified your problem i could help more, has it always been slow or is it just now that it is slow. I could say in the auto problems area "car slow" and someone would tell me to buy a Ferrari, try making a better question and ill give a better answer.
You can only do that with onboard video cards. If you have an onboard you can choose how much ram to assign to it in your bios settings. However it is limited and if you already have 128 assigned to it, that's probably about all it's gonna give ya. But hey it never hurts to check
Assigning your physical memory to your graphics card will result a shortage of your total system memory and your whole system will slow down a bit. Video cards meant for better processing the graphical content of your system and free up your system's physical memory.[via] So, if you buy a new and better video card with more memory you will have a fast system with better performance.
This are the supported MHZ of your RAM 400 MHz
266 MHz, but I suggest you go buy the 400MHZ since that is much higher and it will perform much better with your motherboard and can provide you a faster speed....
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I believe you would be better off if you buy a new case as well as motherboard Dell cases can be restrictive on amount of drives etc you can fit in them If you do you will need to find a board that will suit your type of ram and video card RAM is it 168 pin 186 pin 200 pin DDR DDR2 DDR3 etc video card is it AGP or PCI-E 4X 8X 16X