Tecra A4-109: is - this 1 GB PC2-4300 DDR2 memory compatible with this model?
I've had this laptop model Tecra A4 109 for a year and a half. I need to upgrade its 512 MB of memory by default. http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/JSP/productPage.do?service=EU&action=SHOW_ATTRIBUTES&t ab = 1 & PRODUCT_ID = 102108 & Type = 2319 & family = 2328 & series = 100900 & model = 102108 & x = 98 & y = 14 #1
from this site, I checked the memory compatible types.
As this link says "1024 MB (1 GB) memory PC2700 DDR SODIMM (333 MHz), 1 GB PC2 - 4300 DDR2 Memory, 1 GB memory DDR2 PC2-4300" are the compatible memory. (But in the manual of the laptop that is present in the C:\TOOLSCD\manuals, the compatible option only is 1024 MB (1 GB) PC2700 DDR SODIMM (333 MHz) memory).
I checked a few memories of laptop DDR2 by traders the but they actually wouldn't fit in the memory locations with ease. If I force it to adapt, it can insert into the slot. But there is a chance to have a broken and useless memory. Memory DDR work with 5 volt DDR2 memory work with 2.5 to 4 Volts AFAIK. Of DDR and DDR2 memory slots are also a bit different from each other. Now I'm confused.
Official web pages of Toshiba says and what I found in the laptop manual are contradictory to each other. Who is telling the truth?
I'd appreciate the help. Thank you...
I can understand that you are confused, but it is not so complicated. I checked a few pages and here is the result:
Tecra A4 comes in two different models.
1 Tecra A4 - PTA40E-xxx (your model). Compatible memory module is 1024Mo PC2700 (PA3313U-2M1G)
2 Tecra A4 - (PTA42E-xxx). Compatible memory module is DDR2 400/533 1 GB (PA3411U-1M1G)
As you can see that the two hardware platforms are completely different. Copy the PA3313U-2M1G module. It is compatible with your Tecra.
Looking to update proceesor for the model with the amd phenon II x 6 1035 t p6550z. I want to just make sure that it is compaible...
It is a machine CTO so very difficult to find the full specs on the HP Web sites. Please check this:
The Tecra M4 can take the Pc2-4300 and 4200 to 533 Mhz
So is there a difference of speed between the two types. I just want to get the fastest memory for my machine, but the 4300 is almost twice the price of 4200. I don't know what to do.
I found in the official document that Tecra M4 supports these modules:
DDR2 400/533 256 MB (PA3389U - 1 M 25)
512 MB DDR2-400/533 (PA3412U - 1 M 51)
1 GB OF DDR2 400/533 (PA3411U-1M1G)
256 MB of memory DDR2 PC2-4300 (533 MHz) (PA3389U - 1 M 25)
512 MB PC2 - 4300 DDR2 (533 MHz) (PA3412U - 1 M 51)
1024 MB (1 GB) DDR2 PC2-4300 (533 MHz) (PA3411U-1M1G)
I put t know why but if I searched the web for this part number: PA3411U-1M1G
I found a PC2-4200 and PC2-4300 under a same module, strange.
Please compare these two sites:
In addition if you want to buy a good memory, I suppose to buy a Toshiba or a module of Kingston because there are much faster and have a better performance as a module of memory name No.
How is the difference between DDR2 PC2-4300 PA3411S-2M1G and PA3411U-2M1G? I would like to buy, but I don't know who for Toshiba Satellite A100-847? Help, please
I understand that you are a bit confused, but the two modules are the same.
The modules are 1 GB PC2-4300 DDR2 533 MHz
I think that it s just a new version and, therefore, it s a different number.
I discovered that the module of PA3411U-2M1G is compatible and you can use it.
I still have the laptop HP G62-B18SA and its "Wireless is fine under Linux now, currently got Ubuntu in Wubi installation." I'm about to get Linux fully but only as a precaution when I got the laptop I did the backup to Disk Image of the system (4 discs DVD altogether), I tested the disc 1 today and he said that the recovery disk image was not compatible with my model? Now, excuse me if I'm wrong, but I thought that the disk image is a literal copy of windows, and all drivers that have been installed, etc., how is not compatible?
Any help appreciated.
Your recovery set should work regardless of the version of the BIOS. Do not touch the BIOS updates (are supposed to) that you have confirmed the info in the BIOS that the restoration of controls, is there. Unless the info is wrong.
While you are still under warranty, I would get this problem fixed. HP will probably send the free value recovery because yours does not (they will not send a Windows disc). If the game fails, it will require repairs, which will be expensive outside of the warranty.
I turned on my Toshiba Tecra R840-109 and everything looks that the factory settings have been restored, but I still have my files on the hard disk in the users folder (where the system has also built a temporary user I'm connected now, I guess).
At the opening, the computer asked me to do the things you do when you get a new computer (for example accept the license, install browsers, register fingerprints, if applicable etc.). In addition, it showed an error, alert HDD/SDD saying "Could not get the information from the disk, cannot use the alert function".
Is there a way to solve this problem, that is, to apply the previous (original) user?
An obvious solution would probably be to restore the system, but I don't have a backup set to the top (which I will fix as soon as this problem will be solved). Tried to reboot, nothing has changed.
Information on the mobile phone: http://www.toshiba.co.il/en/disconti...ecra-r840-109/
Any help is appreciated!
To be honest situation described sounds pretty confusing and not logical for me.
If you do not have recovery (DVD or USB) media create using preinstalled Toshiba recovery media creator tool.
After this use this bootable media and reinstalling the recovery image so you will have 'presets' again. After the installation of clean operating system, it is not possible to have the old data stored on the HARD drive, not on the C partition.
The fact is that before the installation of recovery begins any HARD drive will be deleted and formatted.
Sorry if I got you. If you have any concrete and clear questions do not hesitate to ask.
Hello, I ran the Vista Upgrade Advisor from Microsoft, and he pointed out that the BIOS on my Tecra M5 was not compatible with Vista and to contact Toshiba. I am running version 1.7 - the most recent available I think. Toshiba will release a version that will be compatible with Vista, or a fix so that I can run Vista on my M5?
I forgot to mention that the machine is a M5 UK (PTM51E)
Thank you very much
I guess Tecra M5 Vista capable label. Am I wrong?
I know for each unit of Vista, laptop manufacturer will offer the proper BIOS version, as well as drivers, tools and utilities.
In short time Vista will be placed on the market and after the official launch, all this kind of stuff should be available on download page.
Hello guys and girls,
I have two modules of RAM memory installed on my toshiba a100-014. They are the two PC2-4200. However, CPU - Z which is a small software that helps out to discover what are the specifications of the hardware on your computer, says I have two PC2-4300. Isn't it funny?
Why you think that CPU - Z does not recognize the RAM modules I have installed? Moreover, the machine works perfectly!
This software is not for me. I use Everest professional. It s also a hardware diagnostic application.
But you the modules of RAM. Satellite A100-014 has been delivered with a module of 1 GB DDR2-533 (PA3411U-2M1G) and it s definitely a PC2-4300
I have Toshiba Satellite L20-101. He took 512 MB RAM (PC2-4300). Today, I added another module of RAM but this new module is PC2-4200. Is there something wrong with that? The two modules are DDR2 and 533 MHz and 512 MB.
In principle, there is no problem with the mixture of slightly different types of RAM modules, but normally the total RAM will run at the speed of the slowest module. When your notebook detects the right amount of RAM from two sticks then it don't will don't... no problem.
I read on a different forum that OCZ25331024VSO is not totally compatible with my laptop. But some other users have said it works perfectly. So, I would know if I buy one, it will work correctly in my notebook?
My laptop is a Tecra M3-S331.
If the module memory OCZ25331024VSO supports the same hardware specs like the Toshiba DDR2 400/533 512 MB (PA3412U - 1 M 51) or DDR2 400/533 1 GB (PA3411U-1M1G), then it should work.
As you can see that it does support the 400 Mhz and 533 Mhz PC2-4200 modules
Oh take a look here:
I've seen a few posts here on the incompatibility of the L30 and have 2x1GB PC2 - 5300 DDR2 667 modules installed. Apart from the demotion to 2x1GB PC2-4200 modules, nobody put in point a reason why this problem occurs.
My Satellite L30-00100E comes preinstalled with 2x256MB DDR2 533 PC2-4200. My current BIOS is v2.10 latest (available on the website).
I have a couple of spare 1 GB 667 modules of work (which has been tested as working). I put them in my L30 and tried a few tests using MemTest86. Essentially, these tests pass:
1x1GB (any module in any accommodation)
1x1GB + 1x256MB (any module in any accommodation)
What does work is 2 x 1 GB! It will fail on the random test (test #7), and it always fails on what appears to be a random address memory under the address range of 1024 MB. I have yet to see a mistake over 1024 MB and this happens no matter what order the modules are installed in the slots. What I see is something like this:
Address: 942.6 (this changes - but still less than 1 024 MB)
Writing: 0x2cd48206 (this change)
Read: 0x2cd48286 (this change - but the 2nd to the last value was released by 0x80)
Diff: 0 x 00000080 (it's always the same)
The Diff value is always the same and makes me think that it is a little be overthrown so that it should not be.
Memory 667 MHz is now able to run at 533 MHz, the memory is good, and some combinations work 667, so I suspect that it is a BIOS problem. Maybe it's just get confused by the memory timings?
What can I/we/Toshiba?
BTW - I put t really want to buy 533 MHz RAM, especially now that 667 is cheaper. So, for now, I'm stuck at 1x1GB + 1x256MB RAM... ie a 667 with a 533 mix!
This is not the problem of BIOS!
I also read several discussions on the problem of memory upgrade on L30 and all people have the same problem; the Crucial modules are not compatible or do not work!
I have a L30 at home and I could upgrade the L30 with a 1 024 MB module. It was one of Kingston.
As you say of the L30 is FSB 533 MHz it is therefore absurd to use the 667 MHz module. If the 667 Mhz modules are better markets than 533 Mhz modules, then I suppose that the quality of these modules is not the best.
In general, the quality and performance of the modules without name is bad and I do not recommend the use of these modules for different reasons.
Use the recommended Toshiba modules and good luck!
I want to know what dvd burners are compatible with my tecra A2 because I bought a dvd burner and does not work with the tecra A2 (IDE1 #error).
There is nothing about it in the manual.
Can you help me?
This #error IDE1 appears because of the evil master\slave\c-salt settings.
All Toshiba slim line discs works in cable (CSEL) default selection mode. In other words, the player receives a signal from the laptop it say if it needs to act as a master or a slave device on the IDE channel.
Some portable computers on the market do not work according to this specification, but use the way inverted CSEL signal to save a bit of power electric. If you are installing a drive running in standard CSEL mode in such a laptop, the inverted signal will require to work evil master/slave mode giving the reader the logical address as the hard drive installed on the same IDE channel. Accordingly, the optical drive, HARD drive or both cannot be detected by the BIOS and is not usable. Some laptops may display an error message at the start, for example 'IDE #1 error"or similar.
In some user manuals, you can find information about compatible CD/DVD players.
Did you check that?
If you find any details on a compatible player then contact ASP in your country for info. You can also order such driver of these guys here.
Hey, would just like to know if it is compatible with my laptop? I think that my laptop supports DDR2, but I'm not sure? What I need anything specific just for laptops?
Don t think that the module memory mentioned in your message above will be compatible with the Satellite A100-033.
What you need, it is something like this:
You need a module that supports this specification:
DDR2 533 MHz (PC2-4200) 200 - PIN SODIMM
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