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Your best bet would be to go to kingston.com and enter in your manufacture and model number of your computer. If it is a white box computer you will have to enter in the model number and manufacture of the motherboard, (system board).

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Hello people! i got a lenovo S10-3t with a 1GB RAM and i want to upgrade it into 2GB,can anyone suggest a compatible RAM....thanks


Hello zqvilanueva, the "Best" way to get {RAM} that is 'compatible' with the RAM that you have installed in the Computer, now; is to find out what "Manufacturer" makes the RAM by {Name} ie:
  • Corsair
  • Geil
  • Kingston
  • Mushkin
  • OCZ
  • Patriot
  • PNY
  • Crucial
  • Team Group
  • G. Skil
These are the "Top Manufacturers of RAM"
If you want to know 'which' product you have?
You have to 'open' the [Compartment] 'underneath the "Notebook."
the next thing is to get an {= equal} amount of RAM = 1 GB.
Next, you want to make sure of the "Type" of RAM you have?
Is it DDR? DDR2, DDR3... or is it "ECC or Non-ECC?
You need to know the [Exact Speed] of the RAM] by MHz or GHz.
But to simplify the getting the "correct" RAM; look at the "type of RAM you have, and try to get the 'same' one!
Or you can "Buy RAM in a Package of [two] that 'equal 2GB"
This way you'll know for sure that the RAM is 'compatible!'

If this information helped? Return and give a "Helpful Rating," please!
Thanks, paul7of9

Feb 17, 2011 | Lenovo IdeaPad S10e Netbook

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My mboard have 4 slot of RAM DDR, but i can't put all my RAM on all (4) slot, only 3 slot my comp can read (my RAM is DDR 512 MB pc3200 x 4) soo.. i have 1 Free DDR 512 and 1 slot.. please..please guide...


Looks like you have the right kind...they have to match you know...you could try 2/1g sticks instead...

Your compatible memory is here: http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/ASUS/p5gpl-x

Jul 22, 2017 | ASUS P5GPL-X SE Motherboard

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RAM compatibility HELP


Yes this pc3200 is hardly compatible, because your motherboard is supportable of DDR 1 type RAM, Hence th PC3200 = 400 MHz, so you can add this ram to your PC, such that the ram which is between 266mhz to 400 MHz is absolutely a DDR1 type . please dont forget to vote for me.

Jul 10, 2010 | HP Computers & Internet

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I want to upgrade my lenovo laptop ram memory from 1gb to 2gb by adding one more stick. i currently have ddr2 PC2-5300(333MHz) latency 5 5 5 15 2T RAM my friends advised me that BLUE SCREEN ERROR occurs...


The rule of thumb with RAM is to always buy matching pairs. So instead of buying one new stick of 1gb its a better idea to buy two of the same kind and replace the one that is currently in there.

Before you even think about doing this, head over to lenovo's website and make sure that the computer is compatible with 2gb(from the speed of the ram im assuming that it will, I don't know of many DDR2 computers that cant have 2gb.) you may also be able to get ram that is faster if it is compatible, The website will have all this info.

Jul 12, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I upgraded to 512mb 144 pin in memeory slot


Take the RAM out. Will the computer boot?
Put the "old" RAM back in. Will the computer boot?

Some laptops are _very_ "picky" as to which 144-pin RAM is compatible.

Did you do your "homework" when buying the 512MB stick, to get compatible RAM?

Apr 25, 2009 | IBM ThinkPad T23 2647 Notebook

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Startup failure and beeping, 4 or 3


your new ram might not be compatible,try to leave old ram and turn on computer

Oct 10, 2008 | HP Pavilion zd8000 Notebook

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Mercury PI865GM memory problem


Dear Nagesh,
Its not a big issue, all Higher Frequency Rams comes with Backward compatibility, but this compatibility works with only branded Rams.

Regards

Sep 03, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Ram Compatability


just check the speed of the mother board for ram,if your ram speed is compatible with *********** board then you may have bad ram check it on another mother board

May 05, 2008 | Intel Desktop Board D845BG (KD845BGPAK10)...

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Very slow to get going


Hi

You can get the RAM chips from any comptuer stores. Make sure that you know the RAM specifications on your computer otherwise the the RAM chips that you buy may not be compatible with your computer.
Also check if your computer's hardware is compatible with 1 GB RAM.

Mar 05, 2008 | Compaq Presario 2200 (292600-004) PC...

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