Question about Compaq Deskpro EN 6500+ Model 6400 CDS PC Desktop
Just remember, that some older deskpro models only support up to 256MB cards. If you buy a 512mb, it won't even boot. (sush is the case with Compaq Deskpro EN Desktop Model 6400)
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Take the old ram chip(s) out. The speed should be the same. e.g. PC100, PC133 etc. and install your new chips
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It is OK to mix chip (SODIMM) capacities in the 2 slots in your notebook.
The best system performance will be when you have 2 x 512MB but for now if you install 1 x 512MB, you could even leave the old chip in the other slot, it'll be fine.
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