Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
No, it didn't mess up the buffer, it just means that the image you are trying to scribe is too dense for the capacity of the buffer. Have you tried it again with the low density?
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This mainboard uses DDR400 memory
A High Density module is by far much slower than Low Density module at the same speed rating say PC3200/DDR400. High density modules are FAR CHEAPER, less than half the price when compare with low density modules and hence high density modules will NOT work on 90% of today's PC chipsets. LOW DENSITY modules have 100% compatibility with ALL systems and ALL chipsets. HIGH DENSITY modules only have 10% compatibility and are VERY SLOW.
So AVOID those 'High-Density - 128Mx4 config 1GB modules which is usually UNBRANDED and is NO NAME!
With this in mind it is far better to use low density Ram. Most RAM cards today are double sided, it all depends on the capacity of the RAM card.
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