I'm confused about upgrading RAM for Satellite M40X-119
I want to improve my ram... its 512MB now, but not enough, now use 468 MB, I farm programs unused backgorund, always 468 MB to help... I also have virtual memory settings. Using virtual memory, not good at all. On games share memory with graphics as chip RAM you have many know... It will count if I switch 1 GB of RAM to the memory expansion on the rear panel on my laptop? I don't know what RAM to upgrade, works DDR or DDR2? How many MHz? What pin?
I have little time know what is the capacity of my memory expansion module to the back of my laptop?
If I add DDR2 it'll work with other main ram which is under the keyboard area..... ?
Thank you much for now :)
You must use PC2700 DDR - RAM. DDR2 will not work in your notebook.
Have a look here:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/JSP/individualOptions.do?service=EU&OPTION_ID=117198&t oshibaShop = false & SelCategorie = 4700 & tab = 1 #1
I think the upgrade from my memory of the laptop.
I wonder if I can use Kingston KTD-INSP5150 / 1 G instead of KTT3311/1 G? They are all two PC2700 200-pin DDR SODIMM 333 MHZ but KTD-INSP5150 / 1 G is mainly used for other laptops.
Someone sell KTD-INSP5150 / 1 G on good price reasonable but do not know if it is compatible?
Above all Equium M40x can be upgraded to 2 GB of memory. You need to the MMAR DDR SO-DIMM modules with specification PC2700. You can use up to 1 GB in each of the slots.
Furthermore, I checked the Web of Kingston site because it has Configurator memory. If you are looking for satellite M40x-189, you will get two compatible memory modules:
KTT3311A/512 (512 MB SO-DIMM)
KTT3311A / 1 G (1 GB SO DIMM)
So in your case I would buy one or two of these modules because they seem to be compatible with your computer satellite phone. ;)
Hi, I have a Dell Dimension E310 hepatitis has. And I want to add 1 GB of RAM for my comp. However, by reading the instructions on how to install a part of comfused me: it says that "If you install a mixed pair of DDR2 400 MHz (PC2-3200) and memory DDR2 533 MHz (PC2-4300), the modules function at the slowest speed installed.
Be sure to install a single module of memory in DIMM 1 connector, closest to the processor, before you install modules in the other connectors connector. ». So this means that i hav to get rid of my old RAM failure (2 chips equivalent to about 504 MB of RAM) and only install 1 new? In simple terms, can I install a chip of 1 GB of RAM (the an im about to purchase) on a slot and keep a 200 er something MB of RAM on the others (only 2 openings avaiable RAM on my computer)? If im see evil in my train of thought please tell me...
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The following ram would work on the laptop mentioned above?
Kingston KVR533D2S4 / 2 G 2048 mb so-dimm, 200 pin
Any input would be appreciated
This page might be useful for you:
You need DDR2 533 MHz (PC2-4200) 200 - PIN SODIMM barrettes.
But I doubt that the Kingston KVR533D2S4 / 2G 2048 mb would be fine because the A110 can be upgraded up to 2 GB, and in this case, you can only use 2 x 1 GB RAM modules
I updated my PSA65E-01201SEN RAM: 256 MB to 1.2 GB (over 1 GB). Now I want to increase by more than 1 GB. Apparently, in the sheet it says:
1 x slot memory extension
Standard system memory: 256 MB
maximum scalability: 2 048 MB
data bus width: 64-bit
technology: DDR RAM
expansion module sizes: 128, 256, 512, 1 024 MB
I'm a little confused:
(1) is the maximum scalability of 2 GB includes the "system memory" 256 MB?
(2) if the top expansion module size is 1 GB, how the hell I'll reach 2 GB, as I have just 1 slot memory?
help is welcome!
Thanks in advance!
From what I've been able to find out the A60 series comes with 1 on-board RAM module X (256 MB) and an expansion slot that can take a maximum of 1 GB of RAM which gives a maximum of 1.25 GB RAM.
I checked this on some sites web non-Toshiba as well and they all list the same details.
I think that the 2048 Mb you can be well cite an error in the list of specifications. As you say, it is not possible to reach this value with one slot available.
My laptop model is Satellite U400-138, part number: PSU44E-00500JG3
type: technology Intel Centrino 2 processor on processor Intel Core 2 Duo P8400, Intel GM45 Express chipset and Intel WiFi Link 5100
Clock speed: 2.26 GHz
Front Side Bus: 1066 MHz
level 2: 3 MB cache
Genuine Windows Vista Edition Home Premium (pre-installed, Toshiba-HDD recovery)
standard: 3 072 (2 048 + 1 024) MB
maximum extension: 8 192 MB
technology: DDR2 RAM (800 MHz)
In intel webside one writes the following on my motherboard laptop specifications:
"1.2 Intel GM45 Express Chipset supported feature
All features supported by the Intel PM45 Express Chipset supported by Intel GM45
Express Chipset unless otherwise stated below. Additional features are listed below. "
1.2.2 memory system «»
-Support to 667 MHz DDR3 then FSB 667 MHz isn't that. "
"1.1 Intel PM45 Express Chipset supported feature
1.1.2 storage system
-Support for DDR2 and DDR3 SDRAM
-Support for DDR2 667 MHz and 800 MHz
-667, 800, and 1066 MHz DDR3 support
-One SO-DIMM connector (or memory) per channel
-Channel memory supported two Configurations
-Double-channel symmetrical (with Interleaved access)
-Dual-channel asymmetrical (with or without Intel Flex memory technology)
-Support for 8 GB of maximum memory
-scale 64 - bit per channel
-Technologies of 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB and 2 GB memory supported
-Support for DDR2 and DDR3, x 8 and x 16 devices
-Support for DDR2/DDR3 termination on chip (ODT)
-Supported partial written memory using data signals mask (DM)
-No support for chip quick selection mode
-No support for ECC
-No support for operation 1N. "
The question is...
I want to upgrade my portable computer system memory 3 GB DDR2 (800 MHz) RAM to 4 GB of RAM DDR3 (1066 MHz), which is compatible or not?
In my opinion, you should follow specification not Intel and Toshiba. S Toshiba of info is based on own tests and facts.
So, depending on the specifications of Toshiba for the GM45 Chipset it is clearly written:
Min(on Board) wheel capacity - DDR2 800 MHz 0 MB / 8 GB max
Type of extension of memory - DDR2 800 MHz 1 GB/2 GB/4 GB
Type of module - SO-DIMM
So if Toshiba write about 800 MHz modules, you must use the modules to them and not faster.
You may be able to use faster too, but they do not work with the maximum speed, but not going down to 800 MHz.
If you want to use max RAM amount use recommended and tested 2 x 2 Go DDR2-800 (PA3669U-1M2G).
Indicated as compatible RAM, 4 GB DDR2-800 (PA3670U-1M4G).
I have a Toshiba SATELLITE S50 - B - 15 p and want to upgrade the RAM. There are currently 8GB. I read that 16 GB can be installed
Memory locations need two, one with 8 GB inside and a vacuum?
If so what memory for I order, for example this one
If this isn't the case, please advise.
I am currently regularly maxing out the 8 GB of RAM with my use if necessary
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You are right. Your laptop model can be improved up to 16 GB and you can use the modules of memory 2 x 8 GB with PA5104U-1M8G part number. According to mobile information a slot must be empty, you can add the second 8 GB of RAM.
I have the Satellite A200-1CR, PSAE0E-02G01TSK
I have 2 GB of RAM
I can install 4 GB of RAM (because I try 2x2Gb 800 MHz) and don t work.
Do I only 667 MHz or my laptop supports only 2 GB?
Your laptop can be upgraded to 2 GB top only and for the upgrade you must use 667 MHz compatible modules.
To correctly update I recommend 2 X 1 GB DDR2-667 with PA3512U-1M1G part number.
My Satellite A30 104 recently came at the end of its warranty and had to open the heatsink for cleaning, and seeing that the CPU was available, I wonder if there should be (likely) to upgrade.
The processor is a Celeron 2.6 GHz (Northwood). I'm no more grunt, I would prefer a more low-power chip, while the cache L2 much bigger of a Pentium 4 is also desirable. I would be very grateful if someone could give advice if upgrades are likely available, and if so the chips would be appropriate? If I can give any more useful technical information, please ask.
Thanks in advance.
Usually it s not advisable to upgrade the CPU on laptops, because no one can tell if the laptop runs correctly and stable after the upgrade.
The heat and the temperature inside the laptop could be a serious problem.
In any case, I think that the laptop supports an Intel 852GME chipset.
The Intel 852GME chipset is optimized for the Mobile Intel Pentium 4 processor, has a main bus at 533 MHz and up to 2 GB memory DDR 266/333/200 at high speed.
But I'm not sure about m making it s 479 or 478
can someone reassure me I'll buy the correct RAM and the best for my 2 Satellites. One is the P100-423.
The other is Satellite Pro P100.
(1) can I use modules of PC2 5300 DDR2 SO-DIMM 200 pin - 667 Mhz on both computers.
I want to buy chips to 4 x 1 GB (all the same), so both will have 2 Gig ram PC.
(2) I saw the bullets above with 533 Mhz, but told me I can use or 667 Mhz. Is this correct?
667 Mhz would be faster and better is not it?
(3) some chips are also designated PC2 - 4200 - instead of PC2-5300. Again, I can use either?
(4) Finally, I always thought that it was better for if adapt to 2 memory chips to live the same size - that is why I want to use 2 x 1 GB chips.
Yet, I was recommended to mount 1 x 1 and 1 x 2 GB in each pc.
I know that IE a total of 4 GB is theoretical only 3.25 GB is possible.
But asymmetric training will offer much greater performance on balance training 2 x 1 GB. ?
Thank you very much for all the advice offered
With the help of RAM slower is possible. I have another laptop to work with the iso 4200 5300. It works ok.
However, using the exact speed is better because it gives the best performance. Your system calendar is set on those memories.
However slower modules, but more RAM still will give you better performance.
3G seems to be the max for Vista-32. The imbalance is obviously not optimal, but I expect that the performance is better with 2 GB.
I have a Satellite Pro A100 PSAACE I want to upgrade. I currently have 1 GB of RAM in two 512 MB modules. I looked on Crucial.com and he says I need DDR2 PC2 4200 module (240 pin DIMM), but of course, they want to sell their own stuff that only comes in 1 GB modules.
So, what is the maximum amount of RAM my computer can take? I would like to have more than 2 GB in order to make my page file smaller. Is 2 GB maximum I can put in?
To be honest, I read several threads where people were not so happy with the RAMs from crucial. In my opinion, you should spend your laptop with 2 x 1 GB RAM. With 2 GB of RAM, your laptop will work fine and I'm sure you'll be happy with it.
As recommendable modules, you must use either 1 GB (PA3411U-2M1G) or module recommended by Kingston.
I own toshiba satellite pro 4300. He now has 128 MB of RAM.
As it becomes very slow, I want to improve it with additional 128 MB.
The problem is, I'm not an expert in this stuff and don't know how to do it. I have a friend gave me the extra RAM, but as I have lost the user manual, I don't know exactly how to do the upgrade.
I will be grateful if someone can help me. Please consider me as a "dummy" in the explanation. :-(
As Lucky said already support memory Expansion can be found in the lower corner of your laptop and it is fixed with two screws. I hope you have the module that is compatible with this unit.
I found the info that Ram module with the PA3005U part number is good.
Is it possible to upgrade my processor from a 1.44 to what higher?
No, there is no way because:
-It s too expensive
-It s complicated Exchange when you´re no technician for laptop
-you won´t win any show (especially when the performance vs price comparison)
Instead update your RAM and your HARD drive since that these components are comp. evolutionary and better will give you better performance.
II have a Satellite A100-165 (PSAA9E-00V00HFR)
He accepts a 2 GB SO-DIMM?
Your laptop can handle with 4 GB of RAM, and what you need is DDR2 533/667 MHz RAM module.
Rams compatible homepage of Kingston. You will find the exact reference.
Please do not use some cheap products.
Hi all, first post!
I have just received notification that there is an update of the BIOS for my laptop, Satellite P30-145, I downloaded and tried to install it but I get this message "the size of the rom file is incorrect" ideas?
Seems Toshiba has released and document technical support for this newsletter.
I found this useful statement from Toshiba:
I can't update my BIOS with the function BIOS Phoenix-file ZIP Windows XP Windows.
I always get an error message: the size of the ROM file is incorrect.
I hope it helps.
But note; The update of the BIOS is always risky! If you have any problems with your laptop you n don't need to update the BIOS.
The bad BIOS or bad BIOS update procedure may damage the cell Board!
So take my advice and never change a running system ;)
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