RAM on laptop

  helpwithlaptop 19:01 22 Jul 2006

I have an advent 7086 laptop and I want to get more RAM to speed it up would a:


667Mhz Bus Clock Rate

200pin Module Configuration



work in my laptop?

  Diodorus Siculus 19:12 22 Jul 2006

The best way to find out is to go to click here and use their online checker. They will tell you what you need and their RAM is as good as there is on the market.

  Diodorus Siculus 19:13 22 Jul 2006

click here for what they suggest

  FelixTCat 19:13 22 Jul 2006

The best way to be sure is either to put in more of what you already have or go to the website of the memory suppliers who often have lookup tables.

The best of them is probably Crucial click here

They are a reputable supplier and are well-priced.



  helpwithlaptop 19:16 22 Jul 2006

it didnt list the one i wanted on the website so does that mean it wont work? how can i find out if that particular one works?

  Diodorus Siculus 19:24 22 Jul 2006

Yours is listed on my first link above

  helpwithlaptop 19:28 22 Jul 2006

Oh I though it was different because the PC2 thing is different on the website it was
PC2-3200 on the crucial website and the one i wanted was PC2-5300 doesn't the PC2 matter?

  Diodorus Siculus 19:36 22 Jul 2006

I don't think that PC2-5300 will work; only what crucial suggest.

  helpwithlaptop 19:38 22 Jul 2006

Oh ok never mind because the one i wanted was from pc world so i could have bought it from the shop instead of ordering it online off a website.

  Diodorus Siculus 19:39 22 Jul 2006

I meant that your laptop is listed on crucial website.

  Diodorus Siculus 19:39 22 Jul 2006

Go to PCWorld then and get the one specified by Crucial.

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