Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
The Toshiba Tecra 8100 only supports 144-Pin PC100 SODIMM RAM chips. It has 2 total RAM slots and can support up to a maximum of 512MB of RAM.
If you have attempted to upgrade the RAM on the unit, ensure that both modules are seated (plugged in) firmly. Also ensure that they are of the correct type (144-Pin PC100 SODIMM), and size (not bigger than 256MB each). Anything other than those types of chips will yield you that message.
If you (or someone else) have not attempted a memory upgrade on the unit, then it's entirely possible that your unit's RAM is failing and I would reccommend bringing it in to a repair shop to have it troubleshot / fixxed.
Hope that helps you, and please do not forget to rate my solution.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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