Question about Insignia D400a PC Desktop
It uses DDR RAM 266 MHz. I can use up to 2 GB. Once you have memory for it, turn off the computer and unplug it. Open the case. Look for the existing RAM. It is fits in a slot. There will be two slots in parallel. You press the tabs at the ends of the existing RAM and it will pop out of the socket. Note how it sat in the slot, in particular the placement of the notches at the bottom. You want to place your new RAM in the same way, so that the notches match the notching in the RAM slot. Press this into place so that the tabs on the end pop back upon the ends of the RAM. You do not have to press extremely hard. Make sure the tabs on the ends fit into the notches at the ends of the RAM. Close the case. Plug it back in and turn on.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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