Question about Dell Inspiron 1100 Notebook
The system mb doesnt support the 333mhz click speed. You need to get memory that 133 - 266 mhz's.. other than that you will need to upgrade the mb to support 333 mhz,, which sadly you cant get 1 to fit in that unit.. another thing to remember is that you cant mix two different clock speeds .. for example 133 and a 266 mhz..
1 thing you can try is to overclock the system..
1.) enter the bios (press the designated key shown on the boot screen to enter cmos or bios settings)..
2.) change the Clock speed to 333..
3.) save and exit..
5) insert 512mb sticks
turn on and hope for the best..
Whats strange enough is that the overclocking seems to work on some and not for others,, I think it has a lot to do with the chipset and the brand.. not sure..
let me know if it works or maybe we can try something else,, I'll post again based on your reply.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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