Laptop RAM

  kiddgame2000 09:14 06 Dec 2005

My sister has a Packard Bell Easy Note G1 series laptop and is starting to get a bit slow. Was thinking of getting her 512MB for christmas. What RAM would you recommend? Below is the description the Packard Bell website gave me about the RAM already in the Laptop.

The EasyNote G series notebook has 256 MB SDRAM soldered on-board (not upgradeable). It has one SO-DIMM expansion slot. This slot will be already filled if the computer has more than 256 MB memory. If present, this module must be removed to upgrade your computer's memory.
Requires a 200-pin, non-ECC, PC2700 DDR333 SO-DIMM.
Can accept 256, 512 or 1024 MB memory modules.
Maximum memory capacity: 1280 MB.

  Diodorus Siculus 09:23 06 Dec 2005

I'd suggest Crucial - click here - guaranteed compatibility and excellent service.

  Diodorus Siculus 09:25 06 Dec 2005

By the way, there are lots of software tweaks you can use to get it up and running better too - for a start, clear out temp files with, for example, CCleaner from click here

Then look at the startup tab under start, run, msconfig

  MAJ 09:30 06 Dec 2005

Try Crucial's memory, click here, kiddgame2000, they are about the best suppliers.

  MAJ 09:32 06 Dec 2005

Forgot to say, your memory is at that link I posted.

  kiddgame2000 09:35 06 Dec 2005

Thanks very much folks, thats exactly what i was looking for.

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