I selected the higher data rate PC to, hopefully, find higher quality products. So nothing is stopping you from using a 64 bit OS. Scorpion99 10 I popped over to Amazon. I’m still wondering why keep the MB sticks and not just go for 2x2gb sticks though Lawrence – Anything more then 4GB is a waste of money since the user is using a bit operating systems.
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I’ll update my post with directions for installing a single DIMM. Lastly, Richie is correct about the speed issue.
Sign up using Facebook. If you think you later change the OS to a 64 bit version then it is worth it to get more memory. It’s possible they’re out there, but I have never found any. Also, Is my selection of memory proper or is there a particular way to choose RAMs?
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I have 32 bit system. Those should set you on the right track. It will give you all details about what you want once you fill your motherboard type model. Lawrence – While PAE will allow a bit operating system to use an application to address more then 3GB of memory, the desktop versions of P355 have very specific limitations, and its safe to assume based on the technical ability of the user and the fact its OEM hardware they are not using Linux.
Sign up using Email and Password. If you’re doing anything that pushes how much memory you’re using, I would suggest using matched sets. Here’s what you need to know to upgrade your RAM: While it also is possible to hack desktop versions of Windows to get around their specific limitations, its unfair to the author, and unwise as techical experts to suggest such a hack to the user.
Email Required, but never shown. Zach L 5 Zach L and others have explained this already. To expand on Zach L’s answer, we don’t know you exact motherboard model posting the model imtel your Dell computer would helpbut based on the information provided, it’s safe to say that you currently have a motherboard that supports DDR2 RAM modules the individual sticks of RAM are called “DIMMs” and you are currently using PC modules, based on your memory frequency.
PEA can be used for that. Ramhound I never assumed that the OP was using Windows, but it’s probably a safe assumption, so I’ll 100 that.
I won’t argue the semantics of my statement so don’t bring up PAE because there are several “except Lawrence – Anything more then 4GB is a waste of money since revixion user is using a bit operating systems.
Home Questions Tags Users P355. Your motherboard may not accept any other kind of RAM. A single DIMM e. Here’s a couple of examples of acceptable products: