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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Okay.....go to www.crucial.com and figure out what RAM you need to purchase. It will tell you what you need. Then, once you get your memory, unscrew the screw on the bottom of your notebook that covers the RAM and either replace or add the new memory that you just purchased.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
SOURCE: Compaq nc8230 Ram Upgrade
Do a search on this website for nc8230 manual. I just did and found the
complete manual loaded with hyperlinks. Follow the step by step
instructions and you will find the process relatively straight forward.
Essentially what you need to do is loosen a couple of screws in the
back, remove the keyboard then remove a plate underneath which will
expose the ram module.
Make sure you read the manual though.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
SOURCE: Diff between SDRAM and DDRAM
Only one of those will work in any computer. Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory is older and slower, Double Density Random Access Memory is faster and DDR2 is newer. The notch in the connector edge will not match the RAM slot if you have the wrong one. Also the DDRAM has various speeds to match the bus speed of the motherboard so designators like PC2100, PC2700, PC3200, etc. are important and correspond to 266MHZ, 366MHZ, 400MHZ, and so on. Notebook use SODIMM RAM and have the corresponding DDR, DDR2 designators but still have notches that must match the slot. When you buy RAM just provide the model of your computer as each manufacturer has numbers that are all designed to confuse it seems and there may be no chance of exchanging the memory after you open the package. Steve
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
x2 64 bits is faster, however, there not much of software support at this time.
2 duo is 32 bits. there are plenty of software.
you will not know the difference unless you are playing on line game.
wh don't you spend the mony on the memories.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
Ok, so you just got more Hard disk space, or a new bigger Hard disk. Of course you need t upgrade the Ram memory. This computer supports Ram memory up to 1 Gb with a max frequency of 266Mhz. You probably have 256Mb or 512Mb of Ram Memory. You can go to any computer store and get it upgraded. It shouldn't be expensive. But don't forget :
Use this tyoe of RAM: DDR SDRAM (266 MHz), Upgradeable to 1GB
By the way, even after the upgrade, I advise you to run a Defrag of your Hard Disk and clean all your temp files.
There is a free and easy software to clean all temp and internet temp files: Ccleaner.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
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