If you are using two memory modules in your computer, make sure both are inserted properly. If you remove one and the system still works, you know which one is not inserted properly.
If you are using a 256 MB module, you may have purchased a low quality module made using "low density" chips. These modules use slower chips to produce a memory module. These are incompatible with most chipsets, and are not standards-compliant. They usually only work well in low-end systems.
That means 256 megabytes of RAM that connects to the rest of your computer through the DDR interface.
256 MB of RAM.
RAM is usually sold in multiples of 16 megabytes. (16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512 and 1024 same as 1 GB).
512 is twice the load of 256
It is exactly what it is - 128 MB of RAM.
256 MB of RAM.
256 MB of RAM.
its a capacity of ram.. means that ram can handle up to 256 mega bytes of data..
The disadvantage is that you've almost halved the total amount of RAM you can have in your system. Assuming your system only support up to 128 MB modules, you can now only have a total of 256 MB of RAM, instead of 384. If your computer supports 256 MB modules, you could have supported 768 MB, instead of 384 MB.
Minimum ram standard edition 128 mb enterprise edition 128 mb datacentre edition 512 mb web edition 128 mb
If you are asking if you can run Windows Vista on 256 MB of RAM, then yes. However, the Windows installer will not allow you to install on 256 MB of RAM without a patch. If you are asking if you can use Vista on a computer using 256 MB memory modules, then yes.
Cost, and plus if you lose your memory then there's no RAM to recover the data.
It depends on what type of RAM
No. Microsoft recommends a minimum of 128 MB of RAM.
1 GB is the same as 1024 MB, so to answer your question, 2.6 GB of RAM is about 20 times the amount of RAM that 128 MB is. 2.6 GB is the larger amount.
The Apple Powerbook G4 has a standard RAM of 128 MB and a maximun RAM of 1 GB for the Original Ti. The 128 MB RAM is a single module with one free slot.
The PlayStation 3 is equipped with 256 MB of XDR DRAM, an extremely fast type of RAM. The GPU has access to an additional 256 MB of GDDR3 RAM.
I think you mean 40 GB of Hard Disk. There is nothing called 632 MB of RAM. RAM comes normally 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048 MBs. You can add memory depending upon your motherboard. However 512 MB of RAM is good enough.
Yes and no... Computer RAM comes in sizes which are powers of 2. It's possible to have one stick of RAM at 1024 MB and one at 256 MB for a total of 1280 MB. This is about as close as you can come to 1200 megabytes of RAM.
Yes. 1 GB (gigabytes) is 1000 MB (megabytes).
For text mode:200 Mhz Pentium128 MiB of RAM90 MB hard drive space.For graphics:400 Mhz Pentium II192 MB of RAM (recommended 256)hard drive space varies by packages - about 3 GB minimum.
You can get GameCube Memory Cards in the following sizes, 256 MB, 128 MB, 64 MB, and 32 MB.
The Gateway 600YGR notebook comes with 200-pin industry standard DDR-SODIMM sockets that can accept 128-megabyte (MB), 256-MB, or 512-MB 266-MHz DDRAM memory modules. The memory is expandable up to 1,024 MB
here are the system requirements for the sims 2 * 800 MHz processor * 256 MB RAM if Windows XP * 128 MB RAM if Windows 98, Windows ME, or Windows 2000 * At least 3.5 gigs of free hard drive space