You need to put the proper RAM in place. Otherwise it will not be detected no matter what. It is a SODIMM, maximum 128MB.
Hi, to get to the RAM you must remove the battery cover and battery and remove the floppy or CD drive, in the space where those two were is a screw hole, remove those two screws and also the one in the middle of those two. Flip the laptop back up the right way, and the panel that the mouse buttons are on will lift up, the slot for external ram is under there. I'm not 100% sure how you go about installing the RAM it may be plug & play.
it really all depends on the computer you have. It can be anything from 1 GB to 8GB.
Often supplementary hardware uses some of the RAM. Some graphics cards for instance. Check items such as these
The Toshiba Satellite Pro S300-EZ1514 Intel Core 2 Duo 2.1 GHz Laptop comes with two gigabytes of RAM.
Gaming laptops offer the best RAM. Sony, Aues, and Toshiba offer laptops with up to 6GB of memory from the factory
no. nearly all laptops arent upgradeable outside of ram
Absolutely ! I'm running Windows 7 on a Toshiba laptop with 3GB of RAM - and it runs very well !
The technical specification of the Toshiba Qosmio laptop are L2 cache -6.0, a 1330.0 MHz for the front side bus, a 6.0 GB of RAM Memory with a Serial Ata-150 interface and a 24X maximum speed for CD.
Toshiba Satellite A215-S5849 15.4-inch Laptop (AMD Turion 64 X 2 Dual Core TL-60 Processor, 2 GB RAM, 200 GB ..... The cons aside, this is a good machine. Toshiba Satellite laptop computers are versatile, stylish PCs brilliantly designed for work, play and everyday life.
The RAM that is used for a laptop is not the same as the RAM that you would use in a desktop PC. The RAM that is used for a PC is much too big to be used in a laptop, so a laptop has to use a much smaller RAM card which is called SD-RAM.
This laptop model has 4GB of RAM.
The laptop in question comes with 4GB of RAM.
The type of RAM that you would need for a laptop would be SD RAM or SODIMM, because normal RAM that is used for a desktop computer is much too big to be used in a laptop.
Computer RAM is all internal. it exists in the form of a long narrow, flat piece of green plastic circuitboard with chips soldered on to it. RAM cannot operate outside of the computer. if you mean extenal memory like an external hard drive, or removable memory stick (like a USB keychain memory stick), then most manufacturers will make them. if you have Windows XP installed, you won't even need to install drivers.
As long as it is made for a laptop i dont see why i couldn't work. make sure you have a free ram slot or remove one so you can put it in though.
no, altough lenovo features dd3 ram and high speed processor but it can't compare to toshiba.
Yes, you can add two higher-size RAM cards to the laptop.
This laptop includes a 2GB ram, and can be upgraded up to a maximum of 8GB.
The HP 8530p laptop comes with 2GB of RAM installed.
Windowse Vista uses alot of the RAM memory. Install 1 GB more of RAM memory and then it will work normaly.
Yes. Laptop RAM is usually much more specific to a laptop and a little more expensive. Desktop RAM is easier to fit in a multitude of different computers.
Download the system scanner at crucial.com. This will not only tell you what type of RAM your laptop can use, but also whether your laptop can take any more RAM.
i recently got a toshiba A505 series laptop for $850 shipping included (usa). its really nice (i5 gfx dualcore processor 500 gigs hd and 4 gigs of ram. not quite good enough for gaming although i can run a couple of better games (borderlands, driv3r) on low settings. hope that helps
I have added 2 x 2GB in my HP pavilion laptop. You need to know what RAM it is, DDR2, DDR3..? If you take your laptop (or RAM) to a computer shop, they will tell your what RAM it is and how much it will cost for a upgrade.