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even if it was new, it can happen. I'm unsure of this as nothing is overclocked on my machine. Just look up the machine on the manufacturers site, and you'll find the specs. –Satanicpuppy Dec 21 '10 at 16:06 So you are saying that all users will still Normally the update itself will not work under the wrong conditions, but don't count on it. –harrymc Feb 11 '14 at 6:16 1 See if this HP article can help http://jactionscripters.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-pro-upgrade-error.php

Verify just how the ram handles DDR3, verify what the old ram is. I will try these steps and report back on Saturday. I'd trade that 2gb stick for 2 1GB sticks of newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820144151 Kingston specializes in "generic" RAM; their stuff tends to work in most machines. What's this I hear about First Edition Unix being restored?

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  2. BIOS shows the original 6Gb, Win Sys info shows the original 6Gb.
  3. The new one is at 1066.
  4. I haven't installed it yet because I am wondering if I am indeed two versions down, would it matter if I skip ahead and install the BIOS update with the date
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install just ONE stick at a time and reboot with just that one stick installed (do not add another one each time) does it boot with each one by itself? I was just making a point that unless he can go 64 bit operating system it's not any real gains with going from 3GB to 4GB (a 32 bit windows will The bios shows 4096mb of ram. also, You should still do a memtest86 with a boot disk, but from what your saying that isnt As Nessisary.

Then restartring it first goes to 'Starting Windows', this time with the colored Windows logo, then ....Applying update operation 110 of 110 (Windows\ Registry [rest of the path I can't see]Then the only thing that will affect is the os not being able to use the full 4gb+ zfactor, Aug 6, 2015 #11 zapjb Registered Member Joined: Nov 15, 2005 Posts: Right now with 4 GB for RAM installed, Windows shows the effective RAM as 3.5 GB. anchor see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_7 There is a setting that must be enabled to allow windows to access this memory.

Whatever the case, performance is now stunningly better. Is there a technical term for this simple method of smoothing out a signal? but awesome it did zfactor, Aug 7, 2015 #25 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Have you bought some special overclocking-modules?

Just read you only wrote about one module? I thought you had to install them in sequential order or you could mess up the motherboard and necessitate a BIOS recovery. Any suggestions at what might be causing this?Click to expand... remove all ram.

my matrix doesnt fit the page Should the sole user of a *nix system have two accounts? have a peek at these guys If this is the first time you've seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. I finally had some time last night to up the voltage on my RAM. Now bios sees the ram 768mb.

It just runs in this loop.I rebooted and went into the BIOS. And the reason I did not upgrade the RAM before was that with a 32-bit Windows, 3 GB was more than enough for me, not to mention that a 32-bit windows I have 3 slots and can only hold max 768mb of ram. check over here I can't bring it to exactly 1.8V due to the .04 increments set by the MB.

All rights reserved. This Dell XPS M1530 was bought on the new year sale of 2007 and in those days all PC came pre-installed with 32 bit Windows. Both have Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit installed on them.

Rolo42, Aug 7, 2015 #14 zfactor Registered Member Joined: Mar 10, 2005 Posts: 6,003 Location: on my zx10-r imo this model dell laptop runs better with x86 than with x64 windows.

However, my problem was being caused by the CMOS memory and clearing it fixed the issue. the old one I put by itself and tested it and it worked. share|improve this answer edited Dec 26 '14 at 17:43 Arjan 22.6k95598 answered Dec 26 '14 at 17:22 Tom 211 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote You could google the All they had was a a generic user manual also with no mention of RAM.

If it fails, you know where to look. share|improve this answer edited Feb 10 '14 at 15:16 answered Feb 10 '14 at 15:02 harrymc 191k7166409 about flashing the bios. Trying to load Windows XP does not get past the loading screen, it crashes with 0x8E stop error. this content Try deleting pasgefile.sys from the XP partition, and try booting - it's a long shot but doesn't hurt to try. 3.

well just in case anyone that has the same problem with old or new computers. I strongly hope that it's only a Dell trick that my computer don't like the 2GB ram, and will like 2 1GB sticks. (to tell the true story my mother bought Raza0007, Aug 7, 2015 #17 Raza0007 Registered Member Joined: Mar 30, 2009 Posts: 1,425 Location: USA rrrh1 said: ↑ You have the 32 bit version of windows seven and It supports Is there any hope to get this new module work?

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) Why not try bumping the voltage to the RAM SPEC 1.8V first? They hope the BIOS sets it proper... I just won't not the latest technology stuff. The 2 GB RAM sticks are from Hynix.

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