DDR 200-pin SODIMM: Approximately 2.625 in. by 1.25 in. (66.7 mm by 31.75 mm)
DDR2 200-pin SODIMM: Approximately 2.625 in. by 1.18 in. (66.7 mm by 30 mm)
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Q:Is this ram suitable for HP Pavilian dv 6000, 1.73 Ghz Intel Core Duo T2250 processor, 32bit system. I know that I can update my Ram only upto 2gb
A:This part is not compatible as you require 2X1GB. The link below is the correct part to order:
Q:My computer has 2 slots with 1 GB of RAM each (not Crucial). Can I substitute only one of them with this model? (I know the computer supports up to 3GB). Thank you.
A:Before we can answer this we would require your make and model of system. Please contact your support team with this information below:
Q:Will this work in a Lenovo 3000 N100 0768-DLU? Thanks!
A:That memory is fully compatible with your system and is guaranteed to be compatible.
Q:Will this work on MacBook Pro with 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo? This seems to have all the same specs but the part number is different than what is found for that machine on this site.
A:Yes this part will be fine for your MBP. When you go through the actual system on our website it will show a small part number such as CT687591 but what you actually receive is a techincal part number and if you ordered the 2GB option through the system link you would be sent CT25664AC667.
Q:Will this product work on a iMac (Late 2006)? Model number: MA589LL
A:Yes it will. The total capacity for this system is made up of a 2GB module and a 1GB module. Here is your system link:
Q:Will this product work on a macbook from mid 2007. Model number: MB062LL/A
A:This system can only accept up to 2GB over 2 slots (1GB per slot), therefore a 2GB module would not be compatible. You can find the correct modules at the following link:
Q:Is this product compatible with an Advent 7090 laptop?
A:That 2GB part is the correct type but wrong size. Your laptop can support up to 2GB in total over the 2 slots - 1GB per slot.
Q:will this ram work in dell inspiron 6000
A:Yes it will indeed.
Q:is this product compadible with a dell inspiron 1521?
A:Yes, that memory module is guaranteed to be compatible with the Dell Inspiron 1521
Q:Would this be compatible with an iMac 7,1?
A:We would need to know some more information on the processor type and speed in order to confirm this. You can also use the Crucial scanner or the drop down menu's in order to show the compatible memory.
In a previous message I asked if CT2KIT102464BA160B 16gb (8x2) was compatible with my Dell 435t/9000 system which had 9gb RAM at the time. Dell, and the Crucial Scanner, says my system is upgradable to 24 gb of RAM. I was told the above part number was indeed compatible with my system.
I just received the above kit and my system is only recognizing 4gb in each of the two banks where I have the 8gb memory cards installed. My system is only showing 16gb instead of the 23gb it should. If it recognizes only 4gb in each bank I wonder why it shows 16gb instead 15gb?
What is happening? I have the scanner results URL listed below.
Thank you in advance
Hi, a few weeks back I bought a second hand laptop (a Toshiba Satellite Pro A300-193). The man at the shop told me that it was low on RAM (2gb) and suggested I install more for extra speed.
On a recommendation from my friend I came to crucial.com and had my computer scanned; the result suggested that I had 2 options. I chose the cheaper option 2x1gb Ram cards, however on opening the laptop up I can't find how to fit them; as there only seems to be space for 2 sticks (I already have 2x1gb cards fitted). Can anyone advise me how to fit them please? Thanks.
I've bought some DDR ram from crucial as an upgrade.
I have the RAM but the problem is I don't know how to install it on this machine.
I've searched the net but can find nowhere of any help, possibly because it's a fairly new all in one unit.
Anyone any ideas?
I am sorry for the issues that you experienced upgrading your RAM. What does your system read when you run a system scanner? Does it show the full 8GB of RAM? The system scanner can be accessed here. Please include a link to this system scanner, also. If it doesn't show the full 8GB that could indicate a model not being installed correctly and it may just need to be clicked into place.
Are these memory modules installed along with other RAM? What is the full part number on the memory modules that you installed. It should read something like CT51264BA160B.M16.
You may also see if the max memory is checked. To do this, please follow these steps:
1. Click on Start.
2. Type MSCONFIG in Search and click OK.
3. This will open the System Configuration Utility. Click on the BOOT tab.
4. Click on the Advanced Options... button
5. If the /MAXMEM= box is checked, please uncheck it.
6. If it isn’t already checked, check it now and enter your total amount of memory in MB (e.g. 8192 for 8GB) and click OK.
Please let us know if there is anything else that we may help you with.
I am very sorry for the issues that you have experienced with your RAM modules. It does sound like a defective memory module that is causing your issues, especially since it worked fine for six months. Please contact us directly using the information in my signature and we would be happy to set up a warranty replacement.