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Satellite A100-626 - Maximum system memory supported?

Question: Satellite A100-626 - Maximum system memory supported?

Hi,

I have a Satellite A100-626 with 2Gb of RAM memory.

As stated in specs for this model:
standard : 1,024 (512+512) MB
maximum expandability : 4,096 MB
technology : DDR2 RAM (533 MHz)
expansion module sizes : 256, 512, 1,024 MB

It says that it can go up to 4Gb, but only shows module sizes up to 1Gb. (maybe 2Gb modules didn't existed at the time).
Anyone knows or tested if it is possible to install 2 modules of 2Gb or 1 module of 4Gb to reach the maximum expandability of 4Gb?
Also, does it supports frequency's up to 800MHz? If not, whats the maximum value?
And at last, does DDR3 work on this model?

Thanks in advance for the replys.

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Answer: Satellite A100-626 - Maximum system memory supported?

Hi

I found this Toshiba product page:
[Satellite A100-626|http://pt.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/jsp/SUPPORTSECTION/discontinuedProductPage.do?service=PT&DISC_MODEL=0 &ACTION=PRINT_WITH_BACK&BV_UseBVCookie=yes&PRODUCT _ID=119571]


It?s a Portuguese Toshiba page because I believe that this notebook model was designed for Portuguese market.
There you can find a info that it?s possible to upgrade the RAM to 4GB (2 x 2Gb RAM).

But note; the 32bit Operating system will be not able to use the full 4GB RAM.
Just the 6bit OS can use and recognize the full 4GB

> Also, does it supports frequency's up to 800MHz?
This depends on the chipset. If the chipset would allows the 800Mhz then the memory module would run at 800Mhz? otherwise they would be clocked down.

> And at last, does DDR3 work on this model?
No, as far as I know just DDR2 modules are supprted.

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I've tried searching the board and the Toshiba site, but have yet to find the answer. Please bear with me if the question has been answered elsewhere.

I bought an old A100 on eBay - it seems to work fine, but has a (non-standard) 40GB hard drive.

Entering the serial number on the Toshiba support site reveals the machine to be an A100-001.

As far as I can establish, it uses a SATA drive.

Does anyone know whether I could upgrade to a 320GB drive, or whether there is a limit to the hard drive capacity supported in this model?

Answer:Satellite Pro A100-001 - Maximum hard drive capacity supported?

Hi

If it?s SATA HDD controller then you should be able to use 320GB HDD and bigger?
As far as I know the SATA controller has no limitation and therefore it should be possible to use such big HDDs sizes.

Hope I could help you.

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I have an old Satellite A100-811 with Windows XP SP3. It has 1 GB memory (2x512). I want to upgrade the memory. What should I do?

1. Put another 2GB memory so the total is 2.5Gb (will i have any problems for using two types of memory 512Mb and 2 Gb ?)

2. Put 2x1 Gb total 2 Gb (for better combatibility?)

3. Put 2x2 Gb . But will i have the full 4Gb memory or just 3Gb because of Win Xp limitations of memory?

Do I need any BIOS update for this?

Thanks in advance for any info!

Answer:Satellite A100-811 - Maximum memory capacity

Hi skga100,

The maximum RAM capacity of Satellite A100-811 is 4GB. That means you can install 2GB in each slot.

Usually for Windows XP 2GB is enough but I you want to upgrade to Vista or Windows 7, you should think about 3 or 4GB?

In your case I would buy one 2GB memory module. So you are on the safely side.
Why? If you want to install Vista or Windows 7 later, you can buy a second memory module and keep your 2GB module. That?s the easiest way. :)

And no, BIOS update is not necessary.

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Hi  I have a laptop with product ID  QG466PAACJ  Serial Nos   5CD1332K11 It has a 4gb ddr3 sdram ADATA 1333 MHz module. I would like to know how much more of RAM can it support with the free slot available. If you could suggest some additional specifications of the RAM  it would be of help.  RegardsRanjan 

Answer:Maximum supported memory

@RanjanSS? Supports the following configurations:? 8192-MB total system memory (4096×2; not supported with Windows® 7 32-bit operating system)? 6144-MB total system memory (4096×1 + 2048×1)? 4096-MB total system memory (4096×1 or2048×2)? 3072-MB total system memory (2048×1 + 1024×1)? 2048-MB total system memory (2048×1 or1024×2)? 1024-MB total system memory (1024×1; notsupported with Windows 7 64- or 32-bit operating system) Your manual here. http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03137358 REO

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Answer:maximum supported memory

Some boards and bios´ doesn´t support more than 2 Gb Ram, though XPpro does.Please tell us your machine model.

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Answer:T420 - maximum supported memory size?

Here is an unofficial answer.  I am not speaking on behalf of Lenovo. 
The T420 has 2 memory (DIMM) slots.  Technically the system can accept 16GB of memory (2x 8GB DIMMs).  I know this because the SMBIOS type 16 structure says so.  But I don't think 8GB DIMMs are available to buy yet, and even if they are, they are not available from Lenovo so at this time the max supported configuration today is 8GB.  I think it is safe to assume that, at some point in the future, 16GB will be supported.

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I can't find anything related to my Lenovo ideacentre PC so posting here. I would like to know the maximum supported memory for an Ideacentre AIO 700-24ISH. I'm currently fitted with 8GB but finding that Windows 10 is using about 85% of the memory even when I'm not doing very much.
 
I want to use Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop so looking for the maximum memory that can be fitted.
 
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Mod's Edit: System model added to front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.
 













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Answer:Ideacentre700-24ISH - Maximum Supported Memory

Hi NF1  
 
 
Greetings. 
 
Recommended maximum RAm for your pc is 16 GB ,  
Your Intel processor is capable to handle 32GB but just stay with the 16GB manufacturer recommendation for a tested value and optimum performance .  
 
RAM specifications: (Intel)  DDR4 4G/8G/12G/16G  , 2 SODIMM up to 16G DDR4    
 
You may check (page 29) the ones you have on the system ( matching the label on the sticker of the RAM )  for best dual channelling for another 8G,SODIMM,DDR4,2133MHZ  
 
Similar thread here .
 
Regarding Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop you may need to check with the specific developer of those software for further ways and techniques to make it work faster similar to batch processing and the likes. 
 
Additional concern is ram usage without opening any applications on Windows 10  .  It might be for a different topic if that is the case and different solutions may apply similar to this. 
 
Hope this answered your query. 
 
 
Regards

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Answer:HP PAVALION 15-AU116TX(Maximum supported Memory)

@ankurtr? Your correct that 16GB is the maximum memory supported for your laptop. As far as warranty goes some say it would void the warranty some say it would not. I think of it as this if you add the memory yourself and nothing gets damaged then the warranty is still good. But if you damage something doing it yourself then the Damage is not covered. REO

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Answer:ProBook 4540s - Maximum Supported Memory ?

Hi Please find the link given below might help you. Unit support 16GB Memory it has 2 slots Each slot can hold 8GB stick. HP ProBook 4540s Notebook PC - specifications

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Answer:Thinkpad W500 maximum supported memory

it is 8 gig of ddr3 ram so far, but in the future maybe it will be 16 gig. The maximum ram figures offered by Lenovo and IBM are based on the current inproduction ram modules, so when the laptop was first released there were only 2 gigs module made, which then upgraded to 4 gigs of ram and hopefully 8 gigs modules (probably is going to cost a fair bit).  

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Answer:T430 - maximum supported memory size?

You should be able to use 2 sticks of 8GB RAM for a total of 16GB.

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Regards,
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Answer:Satellite A500-19X - What is the maximum supported RAM?

Hi buddy,

You can answer this question yourself!!!

I have checked the specifications for this notebook on the Toshiba website and you can upgrade the RAM to 8GB. Therefore you need DDR3 RAM (1,066 MHz) and two 4GB modules. They should be from the same manufacture to avoid incompatibility issues.

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Answer:Ideapad Y430 RAM slots, maximum supported memory

The Y430 has two memory slots. It supports a maximum of 2GB per slot.





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Answer:Maximum supported memory allowed ??? Confused due to website...

It is 16 gigs or 2 of these 8 gig modules: Memory modules (2, DDR3, 10600, 1333-MHz): 8 GB 634091-001 https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Technology-Notebooks-KTH-X3B-8G/dp/B007BPOHLK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1493118726&sr=8-1&keywords=634091-001 You have found the service manual and the upgrade process is pretty straightforward. Post back if you have any problems.  If this is "the Answer" please click "Accept as Solution" to help others find it. 

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Hey,

I currently have an Equium A100 (PSAAQE), and was wondering what the maximum memory is for a 32-bit XP OS.

I've currently got two 512mb sticks (PC2-5300) and was wanted to check that if I buy a further 2gb (PC2-5300) stick, to go anlongside one of my current sticks that would work....

I'm thinking this: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/130435

Would someone please comment on whether this is ok? ...and confirm that won't exceed the OS or hardware max.

Thanks,
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Answer:Equium A100 - Maximum Memory

The maximum amount of your notebook would be 4GB. 32Bit OS can only use 3GB.

The recommended memory specifications are DDR2 SO-DIMM 533mhz.

677 maybe work, but to be sure take the above mentioned.

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The laptop was originally supplied with only 512 MB RAM.

I have installed 1 GB of Kingston RAM (part no. KTT533D2/1G) into the remaining free memory slot. However, every time I switch on the computer, the system freezes up within a few minutes and I have to re-boot.

Is this because there is an uneven amount of memory in the 2 slots? Do I need to have 512 MB in each slot or 1 GB in each slot etc?

I would appreciate your advice.

Answer:After memory upgrade at Satellite A100-1401E the system freezes up

Have you tried to change the places and put 1 GB RAM into slot A?

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Hello.

I have already looked at my manual but I cannot get a definite answer.

I went to one of those computer analyzing websites and it claims I have 2 SLOTS where i can put 1GB DDR II PC2-4200 each (so 2048MB of ram)
(http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=Satellite%20Pro%20A100%20Seri es) But according to CPU-Z, my laptop contains DDR II PC2-4300 512MB

But when i registered in TOSHIBA's website and entered my Laptop's serial number, it told me that i had a Satellite Pro A100-196
When I searched for Satellite Pro A100-196 on the internet , i came to a website (http://toshiba.icecat.biz/en/p/PSAACE-00E00DG3/Satellite%2520Pro%2520A100-196.htm) which said that A100-196 contains one DDR II (533mhz) module and can place additional modules up to 4096 MB (which implies i can but 2gb ram modules each)

So I would like to know if anyone knows the definite MAX RAM (and type) i can place.

Thanks.

Answer:Maximum RAM and type for Satellite Pro A100

The Satellite Pro A100-196 seems to support the 667Mhz FSB!
So you could use also the 667Mhz memory modules (533Mhz is possible too).

I would recommend using the DDR2 200-PIN SODIMM modules; 667MHz (PC2-5300)

You can upgrade the memory max to 4GB. So it?s definitely possible to use a 2Gb in one slot!!!

Bye

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Does anybody know what the maximum memory is I can fit in my laptop? I was hoping to change the 2 x 1GB cards to 2 x 2GB cards that giving me a total of 4GB RAM

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Answer:Satellite A100-049 (PSAARE) - What is the maximum RAM capacity?

Hi

The Satellite A100 that belongs to the PSAARE series can be upgraded to 4GB RAM.

For the upgrade you can use memory modules with the specifications DDR2-533.
I have good experience with Kingston memory modules.

I hope these informations are useful for you.

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WHEN installing it said that i've hardware that is not supported by this driver...?!?!?!
I've tried everything. First uninstalling the old driver - nothing. Next an older version of ati driver 6.7, 6.8, 6.12 - nothing. the same error. Next i've tried driver for normal ati card - nothing, next ati mobility driver - the same - hardware not supported ?!!!!!

I'm depressed. It's a week and i can't update my ati card driver. I even tried something called MODTOOL - for some other laptops. NOTHING !!!

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It's important for me!

Answer:Satellite A100-529 - ATI driver update - hardware not supported

Hi,

try the driver for Satellite A110 (PSAB6). It's also not the newest one, but better then your old one.

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Any advice would be much appreciated.

Answer:Satellite A100-447 wont accept 1GB flash memory or memory stick?

I have now bought a 512mb compact flash card and it doesn't work either still requests drivers.

Have dug out a mulitmedia card 512mb with photos on it, and tried it in the multimedia slot at the front and requesting drivers for that too?????

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According to
[Satellite 1400-103 specifications|http://be.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/jsp/SUPPORTSECTION/discontinuedProductPage.do?PRODUCT_ID=18117&DISC_M ODEL=1&LNG=10&service=BE]

The Satellite 1400-103 has a maximum memory of 1024MB (2 slots of 512MB)
512MB is also the maximum of memory you can buy online for this laptop.

But when I click the "options" of this laptop,
I see there is a 1GB memory card available

So, the question is:
Is it possible to fill those 2 slots with 2 x 1GB ?
Or should I go for the maximum of 2 x 512MB ?

Thanks in advance

Answer:Satellite 1400-103 maximum memory?

I doubt that 2 x 1GB is possible in this notebook and as far as I know the maximum RAM capacity is 1GB.

So the best is you upgrade it to 1GB max. with 2 x 512MB.
The specifications are SDRAM PC133 and the part number is PA3108U-1M51.

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Hi everyone!

I'm trying to find out how much memory the Satellite L350D-12M can accommodate - only had the notebook for one week and it came installed with 2GB of RAM.

The Crucial website seems to think that this is the maximum permissable, but I noticed that the specs on Toshibas website say 4 GIG!!

Anyone know what's right?? Any help greatly appreciated!
thanks,
Steve.

Answer:What is a maximum memory on Satellite L350D?

Max RAM on Satellite L350D is 4 GB. This notebook model has two SODIMM slots and you need DDR2 667 MHz module.

Bye

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I have just picked up a Toshiba Satellite 1800-314 from the internet for my daughter's christmas.
I installed memory is 240mb, and am trying to source more as when a DVD is played it judders.

can anyone tell me whether pc133 ram is supported?

Thanks

Answer:Satellite 1800-314 - What memory is supported

Maybe this website would be helpful

[Memory for Toshiba Satellite 1800-314|http://www.orcalogic.co.uk/asp/prodtype.asp?prodtype=30683&ft=m&st=3]

According to this website you could use the 144-Pin PC100 SODIMM and 512MB are supported

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Please how much total memory can i put inside this one? Satellite A200-24N


Reference : PSAE3E-06101FFR

I thought as it support 64 bits it can hold at least 4Gb of RAM... but seems like no (from toshiba specs..... but didn't really tested.

Any feedback?

Answer:Re: Maximum memory that can fint into Satellite A200-24N

Hello

According notebook specification your notebook model with Mobile Intel GL960 Express Chipset can handle with 2GB max only.

Is your notebook delivered with 2GB RAM?

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Hi

I have a Satellite A200 1YX with a Intel Graphics Media Accelerator on WIndows XP 32.

On the Toshiba site says (http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/jsp/SUPPORTSECTION/discontinuedProductPage.do?service=EU&DISC_MODEL=0 &ACTION=PRINT_WITH_BACK&com.broadvision.session.ne w=Yes&PRODUCT_ID=144755) that my maximum graphics memory is up to 358 with 2 GB RAM but in my DirectX says that my maximum graphics memory is 128 and I have 4 GB RAM.

How can i increase it? I have the latest drivers.

Answer:Satellite A200-1YX - What is the maximum available graphic memory?

Hi

The video RAM will be assigned automatically and you can?t change it. That means if the system needs more video RAM then it will be assigned more video RAM automatically.

But I don?t understand why you need more as 128MB video RAM. I think this is enough because the graphic chip isn?t designed for games.
There are better graphic cards on the market for games.

Bye

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Reading the previous posts regarding maximum memory expansion for a Satellite Pro 4300 series laptop suggests that the maximum memory upgrade possible is 320MB made up of 64MB onboard plus two 128MB banks (128 128 64 = 320). I have asked Toshiba in the UK if the SP 4300 range will recognise 256MB PC100 memory modules but they couldn't give me a definitive answer one way or the other - only that they had tried up to 128MB modules successfully. However, the machine specs were written before 256MB modules were generally available and so I would like to ask the following questions of forum readers:

1. Has anyone actually tried a 256MB strip of PC100 memory in the memory banks of a SP 4300 series laptop? - If so what was the result?

2. Even if the maximum memory that can be recognised is still fixed at 320MB, could this be achieved by simply using one 256MB strip plus the 64MB onboard?

3. Has anyone actually tried putting in one or two 256MB memory modules in the memory banks and seeing what happens? Are they recognised?

Clearly this is an expensive experiment to try out so I'd sooner hear from other people who may have already explored these options rather than buy the memory myself only to find it is not recognised! I'm really interested in hearing from someone who has actually tried what I'm suggesting above (and either succeeded or failed) not from someone who has read the specs on the Toshiba website that says maximum memory is 320MB and then just quotes that... Read more

Answer:Maximum memory recognised for a Satellite Pro 4340

Hello

I have found exactly the same info about memory modules. You can use 128 MB module with part number PA3005U-1M12.

I don?t understand why you want to use this 256 MB module. If you want to have the maximum performance, don?t complicate just use tested parts and enjoy the life.

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Hello,
I have a satellite M70-308 and I want to upgrade the RAM memory. In the specifications chart toshiba says that the max amount ram memory for this model is 2gb, but I want to know if it is possible to install more.
If my memory is DDR2, Can I install 533 or 677 memory speed without problems?
Thanks in advance and sorry for my english.

Answer:Need to know the maximum amount of memory installable in Satellite M70-308

Hi Pablo,

Your notebook will support up to 2Gb of RAM (1 X 1Gb stick in each slot). See the following url for further info about the type of RAM that you can use:-


http://www.orcalogic.co.uk/asp/prodtype.asp?prodtype=25064&ft=m&st=3



regards

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I'd like to upgrade the RAM on my Satellite 2450-101. Some websites (mainly Crucial) say I can have a maximum 2GB RAM, but others (mainly Kingston) give a maximum 1GB. Can I expand the RAM to 2GB?
Thanks in advance for any help.

Answer:Satellite 2450-101 - memory expansion - what is the maximum?

Hi there,

since that intel mobile chipset is in your machine you can only upgrade to 1024MB (1 GB) MAX. Ram. Any other informations are surely not true. :)

Greetings

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does anyone know what the max. size support is for SD memory card on a satellite M30X
I have one of sandisk : extreme III 2GB that is not good recognized and can not read from it

thanks

Answer:What is a max supported SD memory card on Satellite M30X

I found this about compatible cards:

SD card - Capacity 8/16/32/64/128/256/512MB

MemoryStick - Capacity 4/8/16/32/64/128MB

MemoryStickPro - Capacity 256/512/1024MB

MMC - Capacity 8/16/32/64/128/256MB

xD-picture card - Capacity 4/8/16/32/64/128/256/512MB


The 2Gb is definitally too large

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Hi

I have Satellite A100-233 and I want to increase his memory. The question is, if on my motherboard can I put memory DDR2 with the speed of 667MHZ or I have use only 533 MHZ?

Thanks

Answer:Satellite A100-233 - Which memory I need?

Hi

It?s depending on your chipset that you have ;)

If you only want to buy a second memory module I would be the same module as first one. So you know that his module is compatible with the notebook and normally only two identical modules should be used in the notebook to avoid incompatibility issues.

But as far as I know A100-233 can handle up to 667 MHz modules. If the first module runs with 533 MHz, the second module will also run on 533 MHz. That means the modules are downgrade compatible.

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I have (only) 512MB of RAM and I need to upgrade it. Which memory should I buy? From which models, that could be found on the market, could I choose? And do I need to have the same memory modules, eg. 512+512MB or 1GB+1GB (or even the same producer?) for better performance, work properly, or something? Please help me, I need to upgrade it ASAP and I couldn't afford any possible mistake :]

The notebook is Satellite A100-294
PSAA8E-02T02CPL

Best regards,
Lukas Witecki

Answer:Satellite A100-294: Which memory should I buy

Hi

Hopefully I will receive some reward points from you because I think I can provide useful answers ;)
The laptop seems to support the DDR2 533MHz (PC2-4200) 200-PIN SODIMM modules.
You can use such modules from different manufacturers but in my opinion it?s better to buy a brand name module instead of no-name module due to the better performance

This site provides some compatible Kingston modules for Satellite A100-294
http://www.orcalogic.co.uk/asp/prodtype.asp?prodtype=24854&ft=m&st=3

You can also mix the modules; I mean you could use 512+1024 or 1024+1024 or 512+512. All these options are possible

Best regards

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Hello guys.

I have got a problem. Ok basically I bought a whole new a while computer ago. It came with Vista Home edition 64bit Now on my old computer with xp I use to play a lot of games, and a game such as "Arma-Armed Assault". Well I found out that Arma can not be played with vista that is over 4 GB of ram. On here I have 8Gigs.

So I found a solution to this problem by going o my system config,Boot, Advanced options. There I had brought my maximum memory from 7936 which was what it came with to 3072 which it is at now. And I applied it, and restarted my comp, and wonderfully my Arma game worked.

Now that I am no longer playing Arma, and have Arma 2. I wanted to bring the maximum memory back up to 7936. But every time I do, and hit ok, it just goes back to 3072. And It can not go any higher.

So my questions, Is this a problem? and how can I bring it back up to the original 7936 memory(if i can).

Thank you.

Answer:System config Maximum memory

ok I found out the problem, I just had to bascially uncheck the "maximum memory box" and restart windows. My problem now is it says "0". When I click the box it goes up to 8192. I click Ok and apply. And then I reopen the advanced options and it says 0 again. Does anyone know how I can keep it on 8192?

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I want to be as sure as I can be, I have already bought memory from Crucial - it doesn't work........so I want to be sure I get it right next time.

Satellite A100-232, currently has 512 Mb - I believe I can go up to 2 Gb and understand that 2 x 1 GB is better than 1 x 2GB - is this true ?

Next - WHICH?? memory - based on a search on their website I bought 2 x 1GB sticks from Crucial, they advised DDR2 PC2 5300 and it did not work. Despite repeated emails they insist that these sticks are the 'replacement' for DDR2 PC2 4200 (which is now strongly indicated to me from my recent research as the correct memory - part # PA3411U -1M1G).

If I now buy 2 x 1 Gb - DDR2 PC2 4200 (from a different supplier of course) will I be doing the right thing ?????????? Assuming the new memory works, I'll be getting in touch with Crucial for some money (of course).

Answer:Re: Satellite A100-232 Memory upgrade

>Satellite A100-232, currently has 512 Mb - I believe I can go up to 2 Gb and understand that 2 x 1 GB is better than 1 x 2GB - is this true ?

You can upgrade the RAM up to 2GB and usually you should use 2 x 1GB RAM 533Mhz.
In my case one big module was not recognized. I had to use 2 x 1GB RAM? but I don?t have this model.

I recommend using brand name modules; Kingston is good and provides good quality modules.
Different manufacturers provide cheaper modules but the performance and the quality is not really good.

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I'm in the process of purchasing a Satellite A100-756 which has a 120GB HDD and 1GB memory.

I have seen what appears to be easy access hatches to both these areas. Is it easy to upgrade them and will this effect the warranty ?

I'm also trying to find out if the HDD with the laptop is SATA ? Can anyone help me with how to do this ?

Answer:Need advice about HDD and memory on Satellite A100

Hello

I am not 100% sure but all latest and newest Toshiba notebook models have SATA HDDs. To be honest to you I really don?t understood why HDD upgrade. A100 is newest model with really enough HDD capacity. Compare it with other notebook models and you will see that 120 GB is more than enough. RAM upgrade is always good.

Anyway the decision is yours and you can do what you want. Memory upgrade should not be problem because memory cover is at the bottom side. Sorry but I can not tell you where is the HDD placed but the fact is that probably keyboard must be removed.

I recommend you to contact your local dealer and clarify this with him. Memory upgrade should not be problem but for HDD upgrade it is necessary to disassemble the unit (not the whole) and it will definitely cancel the valid warranty.

Bye

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Hi,

Can someone please tell me the max memory speed for the Satellite Pro A100-828, i am wanting to upgrade to the maximum 4GB but am finding that some sites say the max speed is 533MHz whilst others say 667MHz. For example, the Toshiba site only lists 533MHz memory under the 'Compatible Options' yet other sites list 667MHz memory as compatible.

Thanks for your help.

Answer:Satellite Pro A100-828 Max Memory Speed

Hi

You should check what FSB (front side bus) would support.
Install the hardware diagnostic tool like Everest home edition and you should be able to find out this value.

If your chipset would support the 667Mhz then you could use such modules and the modules would run with 667Mhz too.

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Hello!

I wold like to upgrade my laptop memory from 1gb to 4gb. I got the Satellite A100-467.

What is the best memory for me?? I will get the Win7 32bit OS

Can I use this http://www.fcenter.ru/products.shtml?eshop/act=h:a:0:115:a:a:a:0:a:1:30:r:1:1&oper=74198 (SO-DIMM DDR2 SDRAM SEC (PC6400,* 800MGz*, CL6) or only 533?

Thannks for the help

Answer:Memory upgrade on Satellite A100-467

FSB speed on mainboard is 533 MHz and compatible modules are DDR2-533 but you can use DDR2-667 RAMs. 2 GB RAM has part number PA3513U-1M2G.

More info about compatible RAMs you can find on KINGSTON page.
Check it out.

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Can I expend my memory up to 4 gigabyte?
667MHz

exp
Kingston DDR 2048MB 667MHz DDR2-667 * 2

Answer:Satellite A100-036 - is memory upgrade to 4GB possible?

Yes you can upgrade it up to 4 GB.
The right Kingston modules list you can find = Here

Good luck!

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Can I upgrade my Satellite A100 ( 512MB (PA3412U-1M51) inside ) with a 1GB Module ( KTT533D2 by Kingston equiv. to PA3411U-1M1G ) ?
If I want to mix it the system just recognizes 1GB instead of 1,5 GB. Is it possible to use both?

Answer:Re: Satellite A100 - using 512 MB + 1GB Memory togehter?

Hi

First of all you have to check if the notebook would support the 2GB RAM.
If the chipset would support the 2GB RAM then you can use the modules together:
one 1GB RAM and one 512MB RAM module.

But note; then RAM modules should support the same specifications to ensure that no error would be detected while booting.

By the way; more details about ?how much RAM is possible? should be mentioned in the user manual.

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Hi,

I have a Toshiba Satelilte A100-440 that I want to upgrade with more memory but I'm having trouble finding info about what memory that is compatible (there is a lot of info about other A100-models but not the A100-440).

Anyone have info about where I can find info and/or suitable memory?.

Answer:Satellite A100-440 - what memory that is compatible?

Hi

All modules which are compatible with Satellite A100 are compatible also with an Satellite A100-440? the 440 is just an sub model number and it?s not really important fro RAM upgrade.

You should be able to use the DDR2 667MHz (PC2-5300) 200-PIN SODIMM or the DDR2 533MHz (PC2-4200) 200-PIN SODIMM modules.

The speed of modules depends on the FSB (front side bus). If FSB supports max 533Mhz then your 667Mhz modules would run also at 533Mhz?

Greets

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Hello!

I would like to increase memory of my Satellite A100-036 (psaan), as 1 GB seems to be insufficient to run Vista. The problem is, I can't find out what my A100 would support. Now I have 512x2 Samsung DDR2 (533). I'm sure 1x2GB (DDR2, 533) would run OK, but what about some more? Say, 2x2GB?

First, I'm not sure whether 1x2GB chip would be supported by my A100. Any ideas?

Secondly, I've read somewhere that 4GB would be supported by my 945 Intel chipset, but there is no point in it unless I have a 64-bit OS, as 32-bit only support ca.3.2 GB. If that's true, would I be able to install 1GB + 2GB (3GB total) and use it efficiently? Are there any recommendations as to the combination of memory chips of different volumes (like 2 GB and 512MB)? May be it is better to have similar in volume?

And one more thing: not sure whether the chipset supports faster memory (higher than 553). And Can I combine 553 and smth faster?

Seems a lot of questions, but I hope someone could find some time and help me!

Thank you!!!

Answer:Satellite A100-036 memory increase

Hello,

Well first of all, try to remove the current memory cards to look the model. For my A200, the memory cards are in the middle of the computer. You could go to the shop with one of them and buy one that's about the same model or even bring your laptop directly to the shop and try them there. The people at the shop will probably be able to determine the right card for your computer.

Good luck,
MrRoy

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Hi,

Just got an A100-596 laptop & keeps locking up on me. I think I need to upgrade the memory as it only has 512MB.

Question is what sort do I need? I know it DDR2 RAM (533MHz) but what voltage. The Toshiba website info doesn't help much & Crucial's system scanner doesn't list the laptop model.

Cheers,

rocksasga

Answer:Satellite A100-596 - I need to upgrade memory

The voltage is not very important.
You can use the DDR2 533MHz (PC2-4200) 200-PIN SODIMM modules

http://www.orcalogic.co.uk/asp/prodtype.asp?prodtype=28732&ft=m&st=3

The notebook supports the FSB 533Mhz and therefore it does not make sense to upgrade the memory with a 667Mhz modules.

So take the PC2-4200 200-PIN SODIMM and you are on the safe side ;)

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What types to memories supports this notebook?
DDR2 -533, 667 thats all? 800 supports?

Answer:What type of memory I need for Satellite A100-906

The notebook was delivered with DDR2-533 RAM.
But you can check this with tools like Everest. There you can see that kind of RAM the notebook (chip set) does support.

Of course, you can buy DDR2-667 RAM or DDR2-800 RAM but it runs only with the speed of the lowest module or chip set does support.

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I have this model of board: V000068460 it has the docking port/blue tooth/fingerprint/microphone/infra-red/external graphics capabilities and the pci-e connector for the wi-fi accepts dual use pci-e cards but the system memory is limited to 3gb due to chipset revision.

So does anyone know of a compatible board that has all the same options (infra-red is optional) but has a later revision of the chipset so the memory can utilise the 4gb or nearly the 4gb of ram?

Answer:Satellite Pro A100 - 4GB memory motherboard?

Hi

As far as I know the Toshiba Satellite Pro A100-196 PSAACE-001009AR supports 4GB RAM.

Googled a little bit and found out that V000068140 board is compatible for Satellite Pro A100-196

Hope this helps

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Hi All,
I Have a satellite A100-583 which currently has 1gb of ram and want to know what is the largest that it can be upgraded to and is it worth doing,Also does it have to be replaced with 533ddr2 or can it be replaced with 667 and is that a better upgrade ?
Can you also tell me what is SODIMM and if this make a difference ?

Answer:Satellite A100 memory upgrade

Hi,

the machine can be upgraded to a maximum of 4GB of main memory, and if it´s worthy can by no one be answered, but only by yourself.

Do you really need it? I think the best would be that you upgrade to 2GB since you´re not a graphics designer which has larger pictures (which can be some gigabytes tall :) ).

As a normal user under vista/XP you only need 2GB. You won´t even recognize the jump from 1GB to 2GB of RAM or more.

Regarding the modules FSB frequency: it doesn´t matter which frequency you use, you really won´t gain any performance when using the 667mhz modules, so just obtain a fine pair of 2x2GB sticks with 533Mhz and just enjoy the "speed".

Here´s a little explanation for S0-DIMM:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SO-DIMM

have fun ;)

Greets

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Hi. I just buy a Toshiba Satellite A100-528, and i want to buy more memory for him, 512mb DDR2 533.
Where i can see which memory is compatible with my notebook? My option : Kingston, Kingmax !

Tks a lot !

Answer:Compatibility of memory for Satellite A100

http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/listparts.asp?Mfr%2BProductline=Toshiba%2BSatellit e&mfr=Toshiba&tabid=AM&model=Satellite+A100+Series &submit=Go

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Satellite A100-523. Why can I only increase my memory to 1536MB & not 2048MB as stated in product scan?
The laptop will not fire up on 2048MB.

Answer:Satellite A100 and memory upgrade

Has your notebook shared memory graphic card?

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hello, i have a toshiba a100-237 with a core duo processor & 512 mb memory with bus 533.
i want to upgrade it to 2 gb memory with bus 667.
will it accept the new memory bus?

Answer:Question about memory bus on Satellite A100

Hello

Why bus 667? I presume that you know that it is recommended to use module with the same bus speed.

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Help me with upgrade memory on TOSHIBA Satellite A100-250 up to 1024 mb.

I want to buy another slat of memory ddr2-533 512 mb, what exactly model am I necessary to search, that they worked in a pair.

Sorry for bad english. From Russia with Love.
PS. I like drink russian vodka :)

Answer:Need help with memory upgrade on Satellite A100-250

Hay

Your notebook can be upgraded up to 2 GB and compatible RAM is DDR2-400/533 1GB (PA3411U-1M1G).

Use this part number in Google and you will find it.

Bye and don?t drink too much Vodka. ;)

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My laptop has the original 1GB memory and I want to upgrade it to 2 GB.

I have identified the 2 x 1GB Memory PC2 DDR2 (667MHz) modules that I need but am confused whether I should choose module type PA3512U-1M1G or PA3512S-1M1G.

Both of these parts are available as Toshiba parts,, but Kingston only lists PA3512U-1M1G as correct for my laptop (A100-02M).
Are both parts compatible with the laptop and is one better than the other ?

The Toshiba price of the "U" part is listed ?14.20 and the "S "part at ?16.54 each.

TIA for info.

Answer:Upgrade memory for Satellite A100-02M

I presume Toshiba has better info about compatibility and according the notebook specification you can use both of them. Now it is your choice.

Kingston is also good place to buy RAMs. They offer always high quality products.

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Hi,
New to this. Doh. Put a 'Legend' 1GB memory upgrade (alongside the existing 500MB) into my A100 which was behaving slowly. Nothing seems to happen - in fact seems even slower. THe new memory does't show up under control panel - System....Should it? Do I have to do anything else to set it up and get it working apart from slotting it in?

Thanks for any advice,
Mark

Answer:Memory upgrade to Satellite A100

Someone has recommended that the Laptop will not recognise two different sized memories in at the same time and that I should try the 1 GB by itself and remove the old 512. Could this be the case?

Thanks,
Mark

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I own a Satellite a100-912 and I want to upgrade its memory!
As it seems, this model supports only PC2-4200 DDR2 SODIMM modules (533 Mhz). Before bying a memory module that might regret, I want to know if there will be any compatibility issues if I use to this laptop PC2-6400 DDR2 SODIMM module (800 Mhz).

Is it going to work even at lower clock speed (533 Mhz) or is it going to be a total waste of money?

Answer:Memory upgrade on a Satellite A100-912

As far as I know the FSB is able to handle 667Mhz modules.
You can use lower modules (533Mhz) without any problems but modules with higher Mhz will not run with full speed due to the limited FSB.

So I don?t recommend buying 800Mhz modules. Firstly they are not supported and secondly it?s waste of money!

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Good day,

The reason for the question is that Rectron in South Africa says that the A100-599 is supplied with 2x512mb Memory modules and not with 1x1Gb as indicated on the Toshiba site. Rectron advices to purchase 2 x 1Gb memory but will not refund for the 2x512mb memory, thus leaving you pay 2x for what you are actually going to use.

Please just confirm whether the A100-599, sold in South Africa, are indeed with 2x512mb or 1gb as indicated on the site.

Thank you,
Iam

Answer:Question about Memory on Satellite A100-599

Hi

The A100-599 seems to be sold in European, Middle East and Africa.
I think the notebook was delivered with the 1GB memory module in one slot.
The second memory slot should be free.

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Hi,
I have a question about memory compatibility, it seems like the Toshiba Satellite A100 series has the newest motherboard (945PM).

On the intel website it says that this motherboard supports DDR 667. Although if you look carefully at the specifications the A100 comes with DDR 533 memory, isn't that strange? Or did toshiba do this to reduce cost?

Thanks to anyone who is willing to clearlify this issue

Answer:Satellite A100 compatible with DDR 667 memory??

Hi

There are different Satellite A100 models but I have found a information that these memory modules are supported:
DDR2-533 256MB (PA3389U-2M25)
DDR2-533 512MB (PA3412U-2M51)
DDR2-533 1GB (PA3411U-2M1G)

Depending on region, may ship with either DDR2-533 or DDR2-667. These can be mixed, however, when mixed they will default to DDR2-533.

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Can someone tell me how much memory I can put into my notebook "A100-692 PSAA9E"?

On the Internet there are pages which state that 4GB is the max memory amount, whereas the handbook says that 2GB is the max amount (The handbook seems to be made for a group of different notebooks and also states
that my notebook should have a GForce but it has an ATI GFX card).

If 4GB is the max amount, can I go with the following memory constellation?:

2GB Stick Port 1
512 MB Stick Port 2

Also can I use DDR2-667Mhz Ram instead of 533Mhz Ram and and/or a mixture of these?

Regards

R4DIUM

Answer:Satellite A100-692 PSAA9E: What is the max memory

Besides the internt pages I think you really can only use a maximum of 2GB, as the biggest official memory module is only a 1GB one.
Anyway, more than 4GB are useless if you dont't use a 64Bit operating system.

I would suggest that you use 2x1024GB 533mhz modules.

Mixture of 533 and 677 might work but wouldn't risk any incompatibility issues.

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I am using Satellite A100-599 noetbook with installed memory 1Gb-533Mhz ,the system supports memory upgrade up to 4Gb.

I need to add another 2GB ram but I only found it with 667Mhz, the question is can I add he 2GB-667MHz ram to the existing 1GB-533MHZ ram .
Regards,

Answer:Satellite A100 - Adding memory RAM

You can do this but the 2GB-667MHz module will run only at 533Mhz.
The slower module would lock the faster module and would allows the module to run only at 533 MHz

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Hi i am a new user and i am using a Toshiba Sat U-200-115. I want to upgrade it, and i am planning to do a 4 gig upgrade.

What i want to know, although it said this laptop supports 4 Gig upgrade, but this comp is using a DDR2 533 MHz memory. Whereas from Toshiba website, i can see only 1 Gig memory slot available with this clock speed and a 2 Gig DDR2 available with 667 MHz clock speed. What i want to know, if i want to upgrade to 4 Gig, will a memory with clock higher clock speed (667 instead of, 533) would work on this machine?

Thanks.

Answer:Memory upgrade for Satellite U200: Are modules supported with 667mhz?

It is possible that it works with 667mhz memory modules, but why don't you just use 533mhz? Both slots support this. It depends on chipset which mhz modules are supported anyway.

So, just make sure the modules have the following specifications:

DDR2 533MHz (PC2-4200) 200-PIN SODIMM

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I thought the maximum RAM that could be recognized in the SP4200/4300 series of machines was the 64 MB onboard plus a maximum of 2 X 128 MB strips in the two expansion slots making a total of 320 MB.

However, I have come across a posting from someone who claims to have managed to get 448 MB recognized (64MB onboard, 256MB in one slot and 128MB in another slot) in a SP4270. This seems to go against what was supposed to be the maximum spec of 320 MB made up of 64MB onboard plus 2 X 128MB in the expansion slots.

The accepted view was that 128 MB memory strips was the maximum that could be recognized in each slot. However, this contributor appears to have discovered that this is not the case.

Have any other contributors had any luck with 256MB memory modules being used/recognized by the SP4200/4300 machines? The poster suggested that the machine could cope with one 256MB module and one 128MB module.

Any comments from anyone who might have tried this or variations on this? What about two 256MB modules? - Anyone tried it?

Answer:Query over maximum memory recognised in Satellite Pro 4200/4300 series

I do not have this oldie but I can just confirm your info about maximum RAM. I can imagine that RAM modules for this oldie are not expensive. Why you not make a risk and buy one 256 MB module.

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Consider me as 1 of the thickie bunch.. Not even sure wot im talkin bout but here goes n e way...........
Have a Satellite A100 570 ( PSAA2E)..........

Have tried several different online sites lookin for memory upgrade. Didn't have the witt to use toshiba site...... Ended up going with Crucial.........
Ran diagnostic on laptop and was sent the module a needed.or so i thought....... wrong 1 or 1s as i bought 2 x 1G modules in order to " double up".....

Got my money back as they were not compatable with my system.. something to do with density problems....
Tried company called OFFTEK........ they seemed to know what they were talkin about....... I have from Offtek. at present a..........

200 Pin 1.8v DDR2 PC2-4200 SoDimm....... but Toshiba have recommended below......

1GB PC2-4300 DDR2 Memory (533MHz)
Part Number: PA3411U-2M1G
1024MB (1GB) Memory PC2-4300 DDR2 (533MHz)


Theres an obvious difference ...... 4200 and 4300. But im not sure if its a significant difference........... or what it means
Have updated bios to most recent version and basically updated everything toshiba had to offer for this model...........

Ran EVEREST and it recognises the 1G module but when i take out the original 512mb module the laptop starts for about 3 seconds then shuts down...
this repeats about 5 times then complete shutdown.....

I dont like opening the back cover too often but this is the 3rd module ....
Not sure whats meant to happen if the module is ... Read more

Answer:Satellite A100 shuts down after memory upgrade

PC4200 is the speed of the RAM. PC4300 sounds incorrect, maybe its a misprint being confused with PC5300?

Anyway you can generally mix RAM speeds, the system will simply run both Modules at the lowest speed.

Note that some systems cannot run with RAM only in Slot B, so ensure at least one module is in slot A

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Hi all!

I'd like to add some memory to my laptop and been trying a couple that do work but I am getting some bugs because that seem to be related to the fact that I put pc5300 memory rather than pc4200 memory... The odd thing is that it works fine and only bugs when playing music and flash movies!

Does anyone know with certainty what type of memory can I use ... what is actxually the most important , the frquency (533) or the pc4200 ... how can I know what memory i can buy and be sure it will work, even if I have to throw the actual one if there are compatibility problems?

Many thanks for any guidance!

Answer:Satellite A100 - 386 PSAA9 Memory compatibility

you can delete this post i was going in the wrong direction .... sorry...

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Hello all,

Is there any body knows how to adjust the video card memory of Toshiba Satellite A100-811 laptop?
The physical memory of my laptop is 512MB I want to share to my video card of about 128MB, nomatter if 384 will be left in my physical memory.

Your imediate response is highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance
Jilvir

Answer:How to Adjust the Video Memory on Satellite A100-811

Hi,

the Satellite A100 supports an Intel 945GM 8MB-128MB shared memory graphic card, thats right. But
afaik it?s not possible to assign this shared memory manually, it happens automatically.

If the running application needs more graphic card memory then the OS will increases this value automatically.

It seems this notebook was delivered with 512MB memory. In my opinion you have to upgrade the memory to 1024MB if you want to use the full 128MB of shared memory.

Greets

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for start.. i own a satellite a100-192...
i'm thinking of upgrading my ram and i know that the type of ram inside my notebook is ddr2 pc533 so-dimm...

But I cannot find what brand of ram is it shipped with my kind of notebook?

Answer:Satellite A100-192: what is a brand of my memory modules

Well, I assume the Toshiba delivers the own notebooks with the Toshiba memory modules.
It seems these modules are compatible:
DDR2-533 256MB (PA3389U-2M25)
DDR2-533 512MB (PA3412U-2M51)
DDR2-533 1GB (PA3411U-2M1G)

Also the Kingston modules support a great performance and could be used.

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Hy!

I'd like to buy A100-906 notebook. It has 1024Mb DDR2 533mGz memory but I want to rise DDR2 memory upto 2Gb. So my question is:
Are these 1024Mb the single DDR2 1024Mb plate in one DDR2 slot and the second DDR2 slot is empty or they are the couple of 512Mb DDR2 plates and both DDR2 slots are occupied?

Thanks

Answer:Question about DDR2 memory on Satellite A100-906

Hi

In my knowledge the notebook was delivered only with one 1024MB module and the second bank is free.
So it should be no problem with a memory upgrade to 2048MB

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Hi,
I just installd 4gb ram. The (updated) BIOS shoes 4gigs in bios setting, but the memory test will only go to 3071 MB
I checked the two rams single - the check goes to the full 2gb in both cases... So where has the 1GB ram gone?
Toshiba sais, that my notebook supports up to 4gig ram, I have a Toshiba A100 - 153 (PSAA9e), Bios version 6 Phoenix CSS 2005 Q4 Version Mak -r1.53
Ram support up to 800 MHz FSB

Has anyone gon an idea?

Answer:4GB RAM limit in memory test on Satellite A100

Hi friend,

man thats easy to solve. You must only read this [article from TAbBlogger.com|http://blogs.msdn.com/hiltonl/archive/2007/04/13/the-3gb-not-4gb-ram-problem.aspx] and this [Toshiba Support Document|http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB82022E0000R01.htm].

Everything will be clarified and you will be enlighted about the fact that the system itself without the operating system needs also his amount of RAM to work properly.

Thats it, nice weekend

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Hi all,

i have a question.... i can change the quantity of memory available for the video card?
Now the pc with Vista home premium have only 64mb dedicated for the video card and 271mb of system memory available and 0 of system memory used.
It's possibile change by software the setting of video memory?

tks
regards
Fabrizio

Answer:Satellite A100-750: How to increase the graphic memory

Hi

Are you sure your notebook graphic card supports a shared memory?
As far as I know the A100-750 was delivered with a nVIDIA GeForce FX Go7300 and this card supports own 64MB video memory. This is not shared memory and therefore you cannot increases this graphic card memory to a higher value.

In this case the graphic card uses own memory and the notebook do not need to share the main memory with graphic card.

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Hello my device is equiped with the G-Force GO 7600 Driver Graphics Card , i read in some site that this model can by Expandable from 128 Mbit to 256 Mbit by sharing with the RAM Memory, but i cannot find anything in bios that allows me to do this . How can i do it ?

I also have another Question sorry ;P i bought 2x2Gb PC 5300 Memory but it says 4Gb of Memory 3 Gb Usable , Why ?
Thank you.

Answer:Satellite A100-376 (PSAAR) and Expandable VGA Memory

Hi

The graphic card shares the memory but this is controlled automatically by an graphic card driver.
You cannot assign or add the memory manually.

> I also have another Question sorry ;P i bought 2x2Gb PC 5300 Memory but it says 4Gb of Memory 3 Gb Usable , Why ?
Do you use Win 64bit or 32bit system. The 32bit system can handle only 3.2GB RAM

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Hi,

I've just bought a 1 Gb RAM memory to upgrade my Satellite from 2*512 to 1*1024 + 1*512.
The memory brand is Crucial.

Wherever I put my memory (1 Gb in slot 1, 512 Mb in slot 2 or the opposite), my computer only recognize 1 Gb.

Some ideas about this concern ?
Do I have to put the same size of memory in each slot, may be ?

Thx in advance for your help.

Regards.

SBL68

Answer:Satellite A100-551 recognizes only 1GB RAM after memory upgrade

Do you run in Windows Vista?
Some days ago I put an extra 1GB in my mom's laptop and it showed only 800 MB instead of 1.5GB of RAM. It seems that Vista is taking some memory for itself (that's what I've been told).

If that is not the problem, are you sure you bought RAM memory compatible with your laptop? Does it use DDRI or DDRII? I am asking for you didn't write anything about the memory except for the manufacturer.

Message was edited by: ClockworkPlum

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Hi,

I recently bought 2x2Gb modules for my A100-828. However, i cant get any memory module to fit in the second expansion slot. I have tried both the new modules in it as well as the old 512Mb module that was originally in the laptop. The new memory is definately compatible as both new modules work in the first expansion slot.

The memory doesn't seem to fit properly in the second slot (i have put it in the right way ;-p ) it wont push all the way in.

Anybody have any ideas what the problem is?

Thanks for your help.

Answer:Satellite A100-828 - New memory module wont fit

Hi

I don?t know why the module cannot fit in the second slot.
Both slots are completely the same and support also the same standard.

I think you used simply not compatible modules or you tried to insert the modules in wrong way
As far as I know you need the DDR2 667MHz ( *PC2-5300* ) 200-PIN SODIMM module.

What module do you use?

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Cannot read Memory Stick *pro Duo* from my Sony Camera to edit fotos

Is there any update or possibly a solution via USB-Adaptor?

Answer:Satellite A100-775 - Can't read memory stick pro duo

I don?t have Memory Stick Pro Duo cards but I have looked in the user manual and the card reader supports SD/MS/MS Pro/MMC/xD memory cards and it looks like that MS Pro Duo cards are not supported.

I think you should use an external card reader. I bought an external card reader from Kingston and it works fine.

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please i need help because i can't take the cover off to install the memory expansion. thanks in advance.

Answer:How to upgrade memory expansion on Satellite A100-192

Hi,

I don't have this laptop, but I think you normally just need to remove the screws around the plate.

Bye

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Hello all,

I want to upgrade RAM on my Satellite A100-181, because 512Mo is a bit limited...
I ordered a noname 1Go dimm one month ago, put it in, with the 512dimm. As a result, we have only 1Go recognised, and the laptop won't boot if the 512 module is not mounted.

I thought it was a bad memory module, and ordered a 2Go kit from crucial, memory modules that come paired, and guaranteed by Crucial to be compliant with the toshiba A100-181.
Result is the same: with the 2dimms inserted, the PC won't boot: it just turn on and off, and again... With 1 dimm only, it won't boot except if the original 512 module is joined to it... And one time again, only 1Go is recognised (915456Ko in the bios, but I suppose that video reserved memory is not counted here)

Does anyone has ever heard an issue / solution about this ?

Thanks a lot.

Answer:Memory issue while upgrading my Satellite A100-181

This is typical behaviour when you use non-compatible modules.
Your notebook can handle with 2GB max and compatible 1GB Ram is DDR2-400/533 1GB (PA3411U-1M1G). Use this part number to order compatible module.

You can also buy /order Kingston module. Kingston offers high quality products and using them you will not have such problems.

The "Value" RAM Modules use a lot of cheap chips utilizing multiple banks/channels, which can cause compatibility problems with some Chipsets/CPU's.

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Hello Friends,

Just bought memory Upgrade for my Satellite Pro A100-229 from Crucial.com but these modules are not working in my Laptop ?

Product Details is :- _*CT12864AC667.8FG ( 1GB 200PIN DDR2 SODIMM 128M x 64 PC2-5300*_ ).

Does anyone know which memory modules will work in my Satellite Pro series please ?

Or is there anyway I can make these modules work please ?

Thanks a lot.

Answer:Satellite Pro A100-229 - Incompatible Memory from CRUCIAL

Hi

If the modules are not compatible then you will not get it to work?
I think you should check some Kingston modules: *DDR2 533MHz (PC2-4200) 200-PIN SODIMM*

I?ve bought some Kingoston modules and they work properly,

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I have ordered a 1GB stick of memory from Crucial and decided to have a trial run accessing the memory slot. The single Philips head screw retaining the memory cover is easily unscrewed but does not lift out of the cover. The cover then seems to be reluctant to lift off. Does anyone have any info on this seemingly simple task as I do not want to damage the lappy?

Answer:Toshiba Satellite Pro A100 memory upgrade

and the memory cover comes off without too much trouble. Make sure the screw is fully undone, and then gently lever off the cover using a screwdriver or knife under the small tab.The cover has two smaller tabs on the sides, and these click into (and out of) slots.Just take it gently but firmly, and I'm sure the cover will come off.

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I've an A100 -02M with 512MB in the 2 slots
What's the maximum memory I can have in each slot?
I've had some websites telling me 1024 MB & others telling me 2048MB

Phil W

Answer:Satellite A100-02M: Memory Upgrade question

Hi

As far as I know the Satellite A100-02M can be upgraded up to 2GB RAM.
This means that you can use 2 x 1GB RAM? 1GB DDR2 RAM (667 MHz) in each slot?

Greets

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I have a Satellite A-847 with a Intel® Centimo® Duo Mobile Technology featuring Intel® Core???2 Duo Processor T7200, Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG network connection and Intel® 945PM Express chipset
clock speed : 2.0 GHz
Front Side Bus : 667 MHz
2nd level cache : 4 MB
The memory originally is DDR2-533 MHz, i need to know if my laptop supports memory modules of 667 MHz.
How do i know that?

Answer:Does Satellite A100-847 support 667 MHz memory modules???

Hi there,

yes, your machine supports 667Mhz modules:

http://www.intel.com/products/chipsets/945pm/index.htm

Thats your chipset and if it supports it then you are able to work with such modules..

Greets

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hello, im sorry to say that i am not able to remove the memory cover on the bottom of my notebook (satellite pro a100-491). i learned from the user guide that there is only one screw to open the cover. but despite removing the screw (as far as possible) the cover doesnt move. i dont want to use some force so i am asking if theres any trick to open it easily. i really tried a lot befor posting here.
if anyone is able to help me i would be very grateful.
thx kai

Answer:Can't remove memory cover! Satellite Pro A100

Hi,

you just have to pull up the cover with a little force.

Bye

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I just bought a A100-819 and according to the specifications the Geforce Go 7600 has 256Mb of dedicated memory. However, when I check the properties I see it shows 256Mb dedicated memory and 255Mb shared memory. How do I turn of this shared memory?

Answer:Set Memory of Geforce Go 7600 in Satellite A100-819

Hi

The A100 with the NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 don?t support the shared memory!!!
This graphic card supports own 256MB of graphic memory!
Could please post how did you check the graphic memory amount??

In my opinion you should run the DirectX. There you can check all the details!!!
The DirectX can be started with the command: dxdiag

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Greetings
I've had the misfortune to get 2 KVR667D2S5/1G sodimms for my Toshiba Satellite A100-551 laptop which don't work by themselves either as a single sodimm or as a pair, it doesn't matter which slot they go into - they don't work.

However when the orignal 512Mb sodimm is put back into one of the slots - it doesn't matter which - either of the kvr etc sodimms work giving a total of 1.5Gb of ram.
Please help me to solve this problem.

Also is it poss. to upgrade cpu ie is cpu socketed. I've already upgraded many a laptop cpu when thay had socketed cpus, so I'm aware of the problems involved
Thanking you all for your kind help in this matter.

Regards

Answer:Question about memory & CPU upgrade on Satellite A100-551

Hi Mike


> I've had the misfortune to get 2 KVR667D2S5/1G sodimms for my Toshiba Satellite A100-551 laptop which don't work by themselves either as a single sodimm or as a pair, it doesn't matter which slot they go into - they don't work.
It?s clear -> modules seems to be not compatible ;)

> However when the original 512Mb sodimm is put back into one of the slots - it doesn't matter which - either of the kvr etc sodimms work giving a total of 1.5Gb of ram.

Cannot believe that! As far as I know this notebook was delivered only with one 512MB DDR2 533MHz (PC2-4200) 200-PIN SODIMM module.
Of course you can upgrade the memory up to 2GB using two 1024MB modules.

The compatible memory can you find here:
http://www.orcalogic.co.uk/asp/prodtype.asp?prodtype=20890&ft=m&st=3


> Also is it poss. to upgrade cpu ie is cpu socketed. I've already upgraded many a laptop cpu when they had socketed cpus, so I'm aware of the problems involved
Well, what to say, the CPU is socked? you can find out it easily using an hardware diagnostic program like ?Everest?. It would provide many useful information about your notebooks hardware.

But to be honest, I?m very skeptical about CPU upgrade on the notebooks.
If you have already changed several CPUs on the notebooks then you should know that this is not very easy and more tricky like the CPU upgrade on the desktop PCs.

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I have a Satellite Pro A100-830 and I bought the maximum allowed memory for it which is 2x2Gb which in my world totals 4Gb. When I put the dimms in on their own in either slot, the BIOS reports 2Gb. Well done bios! When I put them both in together, I only see 3Gb in the bios!

I did find this link on the Crucial website. http://www.crucial.com/kb/answer.asp?qid=4251

It would suggest that page files, devices etc take up memory on you system at start up, before the OS kicks in I assume. If you have not got the maximum memory installed, you should see the total memory. If you have got the maximum memory installed then you will not see the memory in use by the page files etc. Why would this be? Why would you see 2Gb if you only have 2Gb but then see only 3Gb if you have 4Gb because of the system!

Can anyone shed any light on this subject and either qualify or reject the information in this link. Do I need to replace the memory and/or the pc?

Thanks

Mark

Answer:Satellite Pro A100-830 with 4Gb of memory but BIOS tells me I only have 3Gb

This not a BIOS problem but a Windows issue.
I found this info:
Windows XP Professional 32-bit is limited to 4GB of address space. If you have 4GB of RAM installed, it will not show 4GB within Windows. What you'll probably get is the size of your pagefile subtracted from the 4GB.

Some of this address space is reserved for hardware and the OS... so you'll never have access to the full 4GB anyway. If you want to access 4GB+ of RAM... your best solution is to pick up XP Pro 64-bit... but that will only work if your P4 CPU has EMT64. (64bit)
You can also try enabling DEP if it isn't already enabled... this will also enable PAE which may give you access to all 4GB

So finally a answer:
> Do I need to replace the memory and/or the pc
-> No, everything is ok... you don't need to change teh hardware

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Hi!
I am looking for information how reduce graphic memory. I have Satellite A100-692, PSAA9E-09900QGR and install 1024MB RAM but 512MB is dedicated for graphic memory. Because of that I have 512MB RAM in real only.
I like to change it. Only 256MB should be dedicate for graphic memory. I have checked BIOS (ver. 2.00) and graphic drivers and anywhere is option regarding changing graphic memory.

Please help how to do it.

Answer:Satellite A100-692 - how reduce graphic memory?

Hi

You have described your situation but it sounds very strange.
As far as I know the notebook uses a ATI MOBILITY RADEON X1400 128MB graphic card and this is NOT a sheared memory graphic card!
This card uses own 128MB and should share the main memory!

I don?t know why you have suggested that you have only 512MB.
How did you test it?

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Bought a week ago, just want to upgrade memory to 2048 MB ( the manual says it can be expanded up to 4096 MB) The A100 has already 1024MB ram as came from factory with two slots of 512, but.. where are the other slots for upgrading
memory ? I' dont see any space downside except those already occuped by the two
512 DDR2. Please help

Manuel

Answer:Satellite A100 T2400 upgrade memory

Hi,

your notebook has only this two memory slots. So if you want to upgrade you can't use the 512MB modules.

Bye

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Hi

I have a Satellite A100-496 which states:
Memory Type : DDR2 533MHz (PC2-4200) 200-PIN SODIMM
Will the following memory work or not

Specifications:
Total Size: 2GBMB
Type: DDR2 SDRAM
Form Factor: DIMM 200-pin
Memory Speed: 667Mhz (PC-5300)
CAS Latency:555-12
Unbuffered
Non ECC
1.8v (+/- 0.1v)

Regards

Answer:Question about memory compatability for Satellite A100-496

I do not know who the manufacturer from this RAM module is but I hope you use high quality product. Unfortunately I can not test it with my Satellite A100 but I believe you can use this RAM module.

According some reports here on the forum, maybe you will have problem to get it work together with one old RAM module. Test it please and please let us know how it works.

Anyway, I think you should use 100% compatible module. If you want check it here

Bye

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Hi
I have a Satellite A100-496 and it states
Memory Type : DDR2 533MHz (PC2-4200) 200-PIN SODIMM

Straight forward question - WILL DDR2 667MHz (PC2-5300) 200-PIN SODIMM
work in this machine

Regards

Answer:Memory type compataility for Satellite A100-496

I am pretty sure it will work but I am asking myself why to use RAM with different FSB. If possible try to obtain recommended and tested RAM module:
DDR2-533 512MB (PA3412U-2M51)
DDR2-533 1GB (PA3411U-2M1G)

Bye

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What parts of a system dictate the maximum amount of memory it can use? Does it come down to the number of lines in the address bus?
 

Answer:What parts of a system dictate the maximum amount of memory it can use?

The motherboard dictates how much RAM a system can hold. The OS dictates how much RAM can be used.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa366778(v=vs.85).aspx
 

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The original user manual (1997) for this machine says 2-Gigs is the maximum memory capacity for this 2-slot machine, but nowadays compatible 2-Gig chips are available.

Can I upgrade to 4 Gigs? (or is there some other aspect of this machine that limits Memory to 2-Gigs? )

Answer:Question about memory expansion Satellite A100 PSAA9E

Hi

The memory upgrade depends on the chipset!
If the chipset would support only 2GB then you could use max 2GB.

I think if the user manual said that 2GB are max which is possible then this will be right?

Of course you can check this as well.
Check your Intel chipset and then search on the Intel website for more details and properties of this chipset.


Cheers

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