Since it is an HP some models demanded what is called LOW DENSITY RAM. Not to explain what that is, you can avoid all the trouble by going to http://www.crucial.com and putting in the make and model number there.
BEWARE GOING PAST 2GB. Most of these machines can with 32 bit Windows and consumers complain when 4GB reports from 2.25GB to about 3.5GB. Even worse, apps in this version can only use 2.0GB (each app.)
Hi- I have an old HP desktop, and it is rather inefficient due to having only 1 GB ram. It says I can install 4 X 1Gb (it currently has 2 X 512mb). However, I cannot find the exact ram anywhere-due to old age i guess. Anyway-can someone tell me what I can use on this computer to speed it up?
The specs now are: PC2-3200 DDR2 SDRAM
I am presuming the "3200" speed could be upgraded, but I am unsure...HELP!