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Do you know what sort you currently have installed ?
Do you have space for another set ?
Are you able to upgrade beyond what you already have ?

Your user manual 'should' be able to answer these..
Assuming all is good . . then any good PC store will be able to supply based on the data you give them..

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Hi my names Keith, I'm trying to increase the memory in my Medion MS-7222. I've purchased a 1GB, DDR2, PC2-5300, 667MHZ memory module. When installed in the second slot alongside the existing 512MB...


RAM is faulty or not compatible with your MOtherboard, go through your Mobo manual and check once the purchased RAM at some other machine.

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Bought 2 gigs of RAM but Pavillion NY801AV-ABA p6100z doesn't recogize it.


I hope I can help!
Now, without knowing exactly what kind of ram you purchased, I cannot tell you for sure what the problem is, but this is the most likely, and most common problem. That is to say, your computer probably does not support whatever kind of RAM you purchased for it.
There are Multiple kinds of RAM (DDR, DDR2, DDR3 - not including older variations), and many different speeds. Each motherboard in every computer can run only certain kinds of RAM, and supports certain speeds. Sometimes a motherboard will support multiple speeds, but some are more limited.As far as the type, most motherboards will only physically support one type, so that should not be a problem as any other kind simply should not fit. Looking at the specs of your computer, it is also possible that your computer limits the size of a stick of RAM that must be placed in each spot (It looks like you cannot have a stick of less than 2 gigs in any spot). That is probably not the problem as you purchased 2 gigs of RAM. It should also be noted that your computer supports a maximum of 4 gigs of RAM.
All of that being said, the most likely problem is that you accidentally purchased the wrong speed of RAM. Looking at the specs of your computer, the only speed it supports is DDR 2 PC2 - 6400. It would probably be best to return the RAM your purchased and get some DDR2 PC2 - 6400 RAM. If this does not describe your problem, or if there is more to it, please ask!
I hope that helps!

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Can I put two gig of ram in a packard bell imedia 5114 even though it says one gig is the the max thank you


You can try, but instead of purchasing it rather take your PC to a computer shop and tell them that you would like to install 2GB of RAM, would they please see if it would work. If it works then you can purchase it and if it doesn't then you wouldn't have wasted your time and money on some-thing that you have no use for.

Happy upgrade, all the best!
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I have an acer aspire t180 desktop i have purchased a new ram and would like to install it, i have removed the side panel like told on here however i dont know where the ram needs to be placed as all is...


Installing RAM is very easy. First of all make sure the RAM you bought is compatible with your system. If you not sure visit crucial web site and scan your system with their program.
After that please watch this video

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Sep 04, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Long beep on start up


refix your ram if still facing problem try alls slot one by one.
If u start your computer with 2 ram then only start it with new one also some times frequency poblem between ram

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RAM increment


yes just pur chase 1 128 MB or 512 MB or 256 MB ram but check first *********** bord ram module
check your old 64 Mb ram if it has 1 notch it is ddr1 or ddr2 if it has 2 notch it iks sdram
then pur chase from shop.
then fix it on secodn slot

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Upgrade RAM


No, Only 400 and 533 supported by this motherboard. 533MHZ DDR2 SDRAM up to 2GB or 2048Mb

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I PURCHASED RAM FOR MY LAPTOP THAT EVEN AFTER HAVING HELP FROM A PROFESSIONAL DOES NOT WORK AND I NEED TO RETURN IT.


You need to contact the place that your purchased your RAM from to return it.

Thanks and please take a moment to rate as fixya. Thank you.

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