Laptop ram

SOLVED Discussion in 'System Building & Upgrades' started by weman4u, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. weman4u

    weman4u VIP Member

    Sep 7, 2003
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    Hi guys... can anyone tell me if any of these 2 memory will do my laptop I have a Advent 7006 the memory is (1) 512MB PC133 PC100 SDRAM 144 PIN SODIMM (2) 512MB PC133 SDRAM 133MHZ UNIVERSAL SODIMM LOW DENSITY or will any of the 2 do me...thanks guys....weman4u


    CPUIntel Pentium 4 1.8GHzBIOSInsyde BIOS. Press F2 to enterChipsetMobile Intel 845Memory512MB 144-pin PC133 DIMM SDRAM (2 memory slots. Max 1GB)Hard Drive30GBCD DriveMatshita UJDA720 DVD-ROM / CD-R/RW Combo DriveScreen14.1" TFT (Native Res.1024x768)Video CardATI Mobility M6 16MBSound CardAvance AC'97ModemHSP 56 MR-8170LANRealTek RTL 8139/810X 10/100 Fast EthernetPC Card1x Type I/IIPorts1x Parallel
    1x IEEE1394 (FireWire)
    1x VGA
    1x S-Video (TV-Out)
    2x USB
    1x LAN
    1x Modem
    1x Microphone
    1x Headphone
    1x IR
    1x Kensington Lock​
    weman4u, Apr 30, 2010
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  2. weman4u

    Nickweb Resident Filmaker Moderator

    Nov 7, 2003
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    North Wales, Britain
    you should be set with anything that has the following on it:
    144-pin, SDRAM
    Dont mix different speeds of RAM, but if you choose to get 2 sticks of RAM, make sure they have the same speed, IE the PC133 that youre looking at.

    IT looks like your system can only handle 1GB system memory, so you should be set with 2 sticks of 512MB.

    You need to get clarification on this RAM module, if its PC100, it will cause issues if used in conjunction with a PC133 module

    If youre still unsure, you can go to
    They have a system scan you can use to get a recommended upgrade
    Nickweb, Apr 30, 2010
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    Maurice Bloody good bloke VIP Member

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    Maurice, Apr 30, 2010
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