Question about Toshiba Satellite M55-S135 Notebook
I have just purchased an extra 1gb Ram for my Toshiba Satellite M50. Prior to making the purchase I found out the lap top currenty uses DDR2 but only 512mb, so the upgrade is also DDR2, SODIMM and I was advised at the store that it would be suitable for my laptop.
I have installed the new Ram and tried booting up but while the power light comes on, nothing more happens. Screen is blank, no usual power up sounds etc. This happens both with the old and new Ram installed (there are two slots in this laptop) and with just the new Ram. I have to put the old Ram back in by itself to use the laptop.
Would this mean I've been sold the wrong product, or is there something else I should be doing?
I don't see anything about DDR2 I do see DDR SODIMM.
Kingston ( a company owned by Toshiba) has the specs you need for your pc. Here is the link:
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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