Satellite M30X-122 does not start after upgrading memory
I want to upgrade the RAM in my Satellite M30X 122. Correctly my NB contains 2x256MB.
I bought a GB 1 333 MHz. Cl2.5 module PC2700 (corresponds to the former, but more grand ;-)))
Now I build in the module, but after the build-in system is dead.
It doesn't show anything on the screen (after pressing the button one)).
Does Anyboby have some tips?
Thank you very much
Toshiba has recommended the use of these memory modules:
PC2700 256 MB (PA3311U - 1 M 25)
PC2700 512 MB (PA3312U - 1 M 51)
1024MO PC2700 (PA3313U-1M1G)
Well, the size of 1024MB should be compatible. In this case, it s not a module size.
Have you tried to get into the BIOS? BIOS recognizes the memory module?
Maybe the module is broken?
In my opinion, you should check if the module memory works on a different unit. If this module works correctly on another unit if your M30X doesn t support this module of memory and you need one another.
Hi, I am first time here.
I bought a Toshiba A200 PSAE0E-03J02JDR with 2 GB of RAM. I bought a pair of ram Corsair (2 * 2 GB VS2GSDS667D2). The computer does not start after that I installed the memory. I have intel 945 chipset, which is capable of 4 GB (manual page 1-2). The bios version is 1.8 2007.
Can anyone help me, please.
Post edited by: Marian ovidiu
The A200 series supports different chipsets;
Intel 945 PM
As far as I know your laptop supports the * 943GML * Intel chipset and the chipset supports 2 GB RAM max.
Take a look at your laptop s user manual * Page 18.*
Summer: 4 GB of RAM are not possible, and therefore your laptop does not start.
Our Integrator bring to our company KVR800D2S5, but laptop memory modules does not start :(
I read manual - this laptop supports 533 PC4200 memory modules.
But SO-DIMM 533 MHz will be delivered in one month...
The memory modules, we can install to Toshiba L100-113?
I think that the laptop does not power upward because of a barrette memory faulty or not fully compatible.
Please visit this memory 3rd party:
[Memory for Toshiba Satellite L100 113 | http://www.orcalogic.co.uk/asp/prodtype.asp?prodtype=22360&ft=m&st=3]
As you can see Satellite L100 113 memory can be upgraded up to 2 GB (2 x 1 GB) and you must use the DDR2 533 MHz (PC2-4200) 200 - PIN SODIMM
I tried to extend the memory of 512 MB to 1 GB by placing two memory modules in my laptop Satellite 1410-304.
These blocks of memory are each 512 MB and type: DDR400 PC3200 SODIMM.
Each memory separate block in one of the memory slots A or B works well, no problems.
However, when the two blocks of memory are installed, the laptop does not start no more.
I hear the soft beeps indicating that a problem has occurred. The system works under Windows XP.
Someone who can tell me how to solve this problem. Thanks in advance for your help
Memory sticks are made by the same company? If this isn't the case, it will not work.
I bought an additional memory for my laptop, but after installing it the PC will start is no longer, when I turn it on it makes a brief noise then nothing. After taking the memory expansion out again once, the laptop still does not start.
I agree with "guy sos." There is no doubt motherboard problem now. I assume you used the incompatible memory module.
In any case, contact the after-sales Service of Toshiba partner in your country and explain to them the situation. The address that you will find under http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_gaspLocator.jsp?pf=true
I just bought a Kingmax 4 GB 1333 Mhz memory for my laptop C660D-107.
Yesterday, I put and I saw on the BIOS if the laptop recognizes it or not.
The laptop showed the 4 GB memory but when I booted the machine nothing happened.
Black screen and nothing else.
The specification to write 8 GB of RAM maximum (1066 Mhz).
I think that 4-4 GB. The frequency is perhaps the problem?
Opus 64-bit Win7 system
The bus front end (FSB) manages 1066 Mhz max.
Thus, your memory at 1333 Mhz Kingmax cannot operate at 1333 Mhz.
Usually, this should not be a problem and modules more quickly would run slowly at 1066 Mhz but there may be a compatibility issue.
Edit the memory at 1066 Mhz I have so I recommend using modules from Kingston and hand never any problem.
Hi, I just upgraded the RAM on my P200D 130 but it does not start after that.
I removed the 2 Hynix 1 GB PC2-5200 and put in 2 SO Kingston DDR2 2 GB PC667 (should be the same as PC2-5200).
Post-market nothing happens, light power control is turned on, I him stays CD drive but screen black, no beeps.
I put one of the 1 GB modules, it starts normally, then I tried a 1 GB into the lower slot module and a 2 GB module in the top slot and it works.
I tried a single 2 GB module in each slot, even in the form of 2 2 GB modules.
What could be the reason, better: what would be the solution to ensure that the modules of 2 x 2 GB to work?
Thanks in advance,
I think that both modules are not compatible to the laptop.
Normally you can upgrade your laptop to 4 GB. Look in the user manual.
The RAM, you should bring the computer dealer and request a new one. More buy modules with the same specifications and dimensions. Try buying RAM with the same specs as before.
I'm trying to upgrade the RAM from 4 GB to 8 GB. If I replace two 2 GB of 2 modules of 4 GB modules, the BIOS (which is the most recent) realize the 8 GB, but does not start at startup. There is just the white cursor blinking not.
When I put in the 1 4 GB module and 1 2 GB module the system starts without a problem and has 6 GB. I checked the two 4 GB modules, they work in any combination, but not when both are installed together.
I couldn't find any rider or the settings of the bios for the RAM...
Thanks in advance for the help
The last plausible explanation is that both modules are ok, but not compatible with each other.
The laptop can be upgraded up to 8 GB of RAM. This should not be a problem since the unit is supported by the Chipset Mobile Intel HM55 Express.
So I think that you need to replace the modules Kingston modules are great and work without problem.
Upgrade memory L50 - A - 1 5 pskk6e
I have a memory ddr3 4 gb 1rx8 pc3 - 12800 S-11-12-b2 hynix and I tried to add another memory
memory DDR3 4 gb 1rx8 hynix pc3 - 12800 S-11-11-b2, but it does not boot up the laptop.
I tried to mount only the new but it won't start.
I think that it s you already know that this Satellite L50 - has - 1 5 would support max 16 GB of RAM (2 x 8 GB)
But why, box for computer laptop doesn t is very simple: the new modules are not compatible.
I found modules recommended by Toshiba.
8GB DDR3L - 1600 PA5104U-1M8G
4 GB DDR3L - 1600 PA5104U-1M4G
Both are made of Kingston and the specifications are:
Memory speed: 1600 Mhz PC3-12800
Capacity: 8 GB (1x8GB module)
Pins: 204 SODIMM
Type of RAM: DDR3 SODIMM
Verifying the integrity of data: non ECC
Latency (CL) CASES: 11
I have exactly the same problem with a Satellite M30 604! I have 2x1GB sticks and screen stays black. It works if I use one of the 1 GB sticks and one the old 256 KB stick but not the 2x1GB sticks as it should be (according to the specifications of my model manual).
Boths glue work perfectly, I tried to the sepparately.
In addition, computer does not work with the single 1x1Gb stick, mandatory I have to combine a new (1 GB) with an old (256Kb), or just stay on the two old sticks...
What can I do? PLEASE, I BEG YOU!
Satellite M30 can be upgraded up to 2 GB of RAM, but you must use compatible RAM modules.
As far as I know, you can use the modules of PC2700 and PC - 2100 DDR SODIMM 200 pin.
I think that you problem is certainly linked to a not entirely compatible RAM modules
I tried to upgrade this laptop from the factory of 512 MB to 1.5 GB. I got a Kingston 1 GB DDR - 333 SO-DIMM, but after I installed it, the laptop does not turn. Only the power led is lit.
I don't know why this happened, because all tests indicate that it should work.
1. the new stick is ok. I tested it in another laptop and it worked. I also cleaned the contacts with isopropyl alcohol.
2. the memory locations are ok. The old memory works in each slot.
3. I tried to install the new one stick in a slot and it did not work.
4. This update is officially supported by record of IBM and BIOS is up to date (v2.1, December 2006).
Unless I'm missing something there is a confusing question. Unfortunately, I don't have an another 1 GB DIMM to test with.
TBut I don't think it's a matter of density. something fundamentally wrong with this system. I just discovered that I can not upgrade the memory somehow, even not with a stick of 256 MB. The system starts only with the current key.
OK... This is not good, but I have to tell you that...
I guess it's time to throw the boy part of retirement and move to a new machine...
Have just bought 2GB memory update for Toshiba NB305-106, and it does not work. Machine unbootable - started 1 GB module.
Just read a post on memory upgrade problems - different users having problems and they used Crucial memory without any problems. -Is it true?
Anyone got an advisor?
If the boot netbook doesn't, additional memory module which means this module is not compatible and you need another.
It would be interesting to know which module you are buying exactly and what specs it has.
Can you post this information?
In General, I have good experience with the modules of Kingston
I just sticks of 2 x 1 GB of DDR 400 soddim and no start.
After reading on what I could find on similar models, now seems that these older laptops cannot manage that fast of ram?
With the help of some 266 DDR would be more appropriate?
If the computer laptop doesn't boot then there is a great chance that the RAM is either not compatible or it s faulty.
I think that it s is not compatible.
I found this page:
According to this page the P10 supports the * 200-pin PC2700 (333 Mhz) DDR SODIMM * bars!
If your RAM is not compatible!
I recently bought two RAM sticks of 1 GB for my laptop upgraded from 512 MB to 2 GB.
I turned my computer off and pulled out the old RAM and put in 2 GB sticks. I then turned on the computer.
The computer seems to boot up normally, but all the time he needs to just showed the start TOSHIBA computer screen is turned off.
The screen never shows anything... it just stops. Several attempts donnГ the same result. I put in one.
There could be only one explanation.
The new RAM modules are not compatible, or there is a power outage!
I guess that the laptop starts properly using older modules. Am I wrong?
Well, I think you should simply replace the modules with one another!
Has decided to upgrade my lappy missed at 4 GB and bought 2 x legend 2 GB L256483J - 16 (2 x 2 GB DDR3 - 1333) chip and will not go beyond bios.
Put the dirty old standard 2 GB Samsung PC3 - 10600 S-09-10-222 back in and works fine. Then put 1 legend of 2 GB and it works and reads the 4 GB of memory.
Why it won't work with 2 chopsticks legend?
> Why it won't work with 2 chopsticks legend?
I'm afraid there is a compatibility issue of Mr. to avoid these problems, use recommended, tested and compatible memory modules.
My advice to you is the use of modules from Kingston. The right one, you can find HERE.
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