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1 Turn off the computer, unplug the AC adapter (if connected) and remove
the battery pack. Then turn the computer over to access its base.

2 Remove the screws from the memory cover; then lift up and remove the
memory cover.this cover is in the center of the machine on base

3 (a) Insert the memory module diagonally into the slot, then (b) gently press
it down until it clicks into place.

4 Replace the memory cover and secure it with the screw.

5 Reinstall the battery pack, and reconnect the AC adapter.

6 Turn on the computer.

The computer automatically detects and reconfigures the total memory size.

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How to change the ram


in what type of machine? normally there is a panel located on the bottom of the machine, you just take a couple of screws out, and then when you see the ram chip there are two tabs one on either side pull outward from the center of the ram chip like this: <-- '[==]' --> the chip should pop out, insert the new one the same way you took the old one out.

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The mobo continuously beeps (ram not properly placed). so i took out the ram, reinstalled it and it worked. recently i wanted to change rams, so when i installed the new rams the mobo beeped again (similar...


I am not sure if you have tried this, but take one stick of ram put it in the first slot. Try to boot if it beeps or not, power down and move to the next slot with the same chip (we are assuming this is a good ram chip). Repeat for every slot on the computer. If you have 1 or 2 slots that beep and the rest do not; bad slot on the mother board. If all slots beep, try a different chip (bad ram??). If no slots beep, repeat steps with each individual ram chip (you could have just one or two bad and causing all the issues).

Hope this helps

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I recently tried changing the ram chips of my gx260. when i closed the case and pkugged in the power supply, it started by itself and the monitor showed nothing. even after removing the battery, it still...


Make sure you have a 200-266 MHz DDR RAM. You should also have two RAM slots, try using both of them (two sticks of RAM that equals what you want it to), also make sure you haven't gone over the 2GB max, and make sure they are secured in the slots.

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How do I change ram speed to from 533 to 667 to enable new faster memory?


Before changing to faster RAM, you must first make sure your computer can handle the faster. Motherboard manufacturers, particularly the ones supplying motherboards for consumer desktops/laptops restrict the speed and total amount of RAM those computers can have installed.
To verify what limits your desktop has, the easiest way is to visit the website below and have it check your system.
http://www.crucial.com
It will list what you currently have installed and what your maximum upgradability is.
1. Check the box to accept the terms of service and click on "Download The Scanner". 2. After the download, double-click the program to run the scan. 3. After the scan is complete, it will open a browser window to display what memory is currently installed, the size, speed and of course, what is the limit your system can hold.
In the event that your system is not capable of running RAM that has been certified to run at higher speeds, it is not advisable to install the higher speed RAM as your desktop/laptop will not run at the higher, but rather the system will "underclock" (run at the slower speed) itself in order to utilize the RAM and maintain stability.

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PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD (MBP4I65GV) Motherboard: RAM IS NOT WORKING. SUPPORTING RAM REQUIRED, CAN Y...


*********** supports DDR1 type Ram, you can easily get it from the market. Just ask the retailer to give you the DDR1 Ram, they will ask you how much memory of Ram you want. There are 256Mb, 512Mb, 1gb, 2gb, etc.. the more the better and this motherboard supports upto 2 gb, but some newer make of this motherboard miht have been changed.

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Problems with 3 brand new PC 133 512 MB RAM in Netvista 6794


That last RAM probably is good. Many motherboards have problems using many different memory. All of the memory you have should be at least identical to ensure that they work. When RAM run at different speed or require a little more voltage, they will not let your motherboard boot. You can try mixing up the order you put the RAM in. Try putting the last RAM in the first slot by itself, the motherboard should boot. Then try the rest.

Also, whenever you add or change hardwares, you should clear the CMOS/BIOS settings.

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New ram memory on dell dimension celeron trying to


You should check with the folks at Dell since whoever wrote their technical manuals for this machine can't do basic math. There are 2 memory slots and each can handle a maximum capacity of 512MB, yet they claim the maximum capacity for the machine is 2GB instead of 1GB. Using 512MB modules would probably work.

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RAM / HDD upgrading


u need 1gb Ram in total it is more than enuff for u u will never feel short after this and sure it will boost performance , u have 512 mb

if u have 2 chips of 256mb each then u need to buy 512mb X 2 chips and ur old ram will be left with u , luckily if u have 1 chip of 512 mb in ur system then u will save money like only buy 1 chip of 512mb but pls check the whole ratings of ur RAM and make of RAM is it samsung or hynix chips or what bcoz u will have compatibility issue in matching ur old and new rams pls let me know of whole specs written on RAM i can help u in matching

if u need urgent boost in performance then i will suggest replacing hard disk u will see a big change in loading OS and opening programs RAM is secondary in this stuff , but it is imp u can also go for 756 mb in total if u dont want to waste money if u have 2 chips of 256 each

secondly go for 160/250 GB 7200 RPM drive for top performance but 5400 RPM is still fast in ur notebook it is like 4200rpm according too my expertise

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Ram


check at the bottom of your laptop there are some covers one of which has a small sign in form of a ram chip unscrew the cover and open it.
to remove the ram chip you will have to pull the metalic locks sideways the it will release it.
there are usually 2 slots one meant for expanding so its you to decide on what to do with them.

Good luck

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Installing ram


You need to go into the bio and update the memory there and the Yellow ! will go away. Boot the PC, select the F8 key during post, go into the setting for Memory and accept the change and you should be good to go. Let me know //D

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