If you are having 512 MB RAM then simply replace it by 1GB or if you are having another slot then fix 512 MB RAM in it. You will find the RAM inside the CPU. Open the CPU and then u will find a strip which will be fixed in the slot.
U can see the picture of RAM from net and identify it
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This usually means that a print job was sent to the printer that won't fit in the memory. Cancel the print job and try again. You might want to upgrade the printer memory capacity. Also make sure you have the latest printer driver in Windows.
Memory Upgrade for Dell Color Laser Printer
3100cn Printers, the Dell Color Laser Printer 3100cn Printers takes the
PC133 SDRAM SODIMMs Memory Type, and comes installed with 64 MB
(non-removable) of Memory. You can upgrade your Dell Color Laser
Printer 3100cn Printers to up to a maximum of 576 MB Memory, the system
has 1 socket to install Memory, already with 64 MB (non-removable)
standard Memory installed.
The Designjet 500 did not have a direct memory upgrade slot. You will have to purchase a HPGL2 (formatter) card first. This then has a memory slot on it for further upgrades. The plotter had 32Mb memory on board, the card another 32Mb and then you can upgrade by a further 64Mb (waste of money) or the best is 128Mb. This is then added to your original Ram giving you approx 164Mb which is then normally more than enough. The HPGL2 (formatter) card is sold by any HP supplier on order only. Part number is C7772A. Standing in front of the plotter its located in the left side at the back. Look behind the left cover and you will see a small cover in a sort of L shape near where the roll holder slots in, thats it, slip the small cover open (you will see an arrow on it showing how to open it), look if there are any additional cards in the machine, if not it means you still need to buy the card, otherwise you will simply need the RAM.
Unplug the machine. On the right side of the machine you will find a cover. Remove the cover and you will find 1 open slot. The machine can take a total of 224MB (96 is built into the machine) leaving 128 available. The memory type is 100pin, 133MHz, SDRAM DIMM.
Simply click the memory into the blank slot and replace the cover.
Once completed, plug the machine back in and print a configuration page. The memory total should be at 224 once you have installed your 128MB.