I had expand my main memory in my computer by replacing old 2 256MB cards, with 2 1000MB card (to total 2GB). The replacment had been done by the ACER technical group in ISRAEL.
When i try to hibernate my system while running a lot of processes, i get an error message that announce that it cannot hibernate, and the system return to work without hibernating. In such a case i still can perform STADBY, but the HIBERNATION option disappear from the STOP COMPUTER buttons.
If i run only a little amount of tasks, the Hibernation works well.
When i askes ACER technical group, they told me to reinstall my xp system. but in such a case i have to reintall all my applications - a very long and time-consumming task.
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Re: Error while hibernating my coputer
A reinstall might not be a bad idea. You probably have a large buildup of system files and running tasks that are not needed. Every so often, I do a fresh install of my personal computers just to keep them running properly. Upgrading your memory was a great idea, and a system refresh would help as well.
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Hello, it depends how old your equipment is as SD cards and SDHC are not necessarily compatible, so if your pc and printer were designed in pre-SDHC days, then you probably wont get any success trying to reading your card. SD cards only support 2gb max, and in order to support larger capacity for the same style card, the mapping of SDHC cards is totally different, so SD-supported equipment can't 'understand' the new mapping circuitry. There's some interesting reading in Wikipedia which might clarify things better than my explanation. Of course, this might not be the solution, but it's worth trying out an SD card if you have one, but I've noticed that SDHC cards are being advertised as SD cards; the only clue that they're actually SDHC is in the capacity, ie, >2gb. Regards, nicam49
Will it boot with only ONE of the 2GB memory-sticks installed?
Will it boot with ONE of the 2GB memory-sticks AND one of the 1GB memory-sticks?
Look closely at the 1GB memory-sticks.
Does the label show 'DDR266' or 'DDR333' or 'DDR400' or 'PC2100' or 'PC2700' or 'PC3200' ?
Do the 2GB memory-sticks have _identical_ information?
It's definitely _not_ acceptable to have "slower" RAM (smaller numbers) in the new RAM,
but it _might_ be acceptable to have "faster" RAM (larger numbers).
HI,some memory cards does that way,especially when it is fake (not the original type of memory card, doesn't come with the original content of GB space inside and so on. And the total amount ofsize in the memory card is not 2GB, they just edited 2GB on the memory card,so when you slot it into the phone or your PC, it will display, 2GB.
I would advice that if it's a new memory card,you can take it back for replacement. or you can get another one.
Sometimes only certain types of RAM cards work with a computer. Check the old card to see what type it is. (Look for the letters "CMOS" or "EDO".) Make sure the new card is the same type as the old one. If not, put the old one back in and find the proper type of card.
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.