Question about HP Compaq Presario SR1630NX PC Desktop
Get malwarebytes from malwarebytes, never cnet, they infect it.
here is the only safe source, the maker,
gee.... why must i say that.... sad no>?
get rid of norton (its horrid buy Eset)
and XP is dead now for 3 years, why run that? its a virus magnet?
run linux, on old slow dogs like this.
memory is complex.
sw when did you get those Dimms, 10 years ago or yesterday
when did it go from 1 to 4. and now, and what brand and number.
let me guess, its the wrong memory. I bet.
finding good memory in 2017 for such an old pc is not easy
in fact its hard to buy, and if you find it, its sold by scalpers.
the memory must match the needs of that OLD CPU
and or its mmc controller, that be a hard cold fact.
and no PC now uses that old memory, why not buy a PC that is 10 years and newer and ovoid fixing and dumping cash on any XP puter made>? be super wise that.....
the pC is 2005 years. 12 years old.
it runs a Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2 GHz
came with 2x 256mb sticks. new, and are special.
4 gigs max, 4x1
the PC is a Presario (key name to find mem)
but wait there is a DT and LT Presario, must I guess that too?>
ill answer desktop DT.
the top maker is KINGSTON, and they stopped making DDR2.
does that new memory show up in BIOS?
does it pass the BIOS memory checks?
i bet not.
but get rid of norton. youne
all you said was norton dies, with excess memory
nor what else works with full memory, what works and not works
is key to all diagnosis.
you do know norton sux, and will charge you 50bucks to reactivate it right?
not only that but norton is very heard to remove back when./
I use pro grade, RevoInstaller, to kill things like this.
next time post what works with full memory.
if your memory worked for years, say so.... we cant guess
what happened when nor what upgrades done when
Posted on Apr 22, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)Recommended resolution
One of the drivers controlling the device notified the operating system that the device failed in some manner. For more information about how to diagnose the problem, see the hardware documentation.
On the General Properties tab of the device, click Troubleshoot to start the Troubleshooting Wizard
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
u just bought the wrong type of memory take the chip out of ur pc to best buy or a good computer store to help u buy the correct memory
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
Please check for the cables coming into the motherboard from the power supply. Also try and check for any loose cables.
If that doesn't help then please get your power supply changed as its faulty.
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Posted on Feb 11, 2009
The motherboard can support 1GB of memory, Window XP can manage up to 2GB fairly good maybe more with other setting applied. I would recommend using two 512 memory chips to fill the slots to prevent any memory conflict issues.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Thanks to Microsoft Knowledge Base for help with my answer:
First, find out what the maximum amount of memory is. This is generally listed by most of the manufacturers. This will let you know what upgrade potential the system has. Next, determine how the memory configuration is when you buy the system. For example, a laptop that has 2GB of memory can be configured as either a single 2GB module or two 1GB modules. The single memory module allows for better upgrade potential because by adding another module you are gaining more memory without sacrificing any current memory. Upgrading the two module situation with a 2GB upgrade would result in the loss of one 1GB module and a memory total of 3GB.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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