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- FCM Wiesmans
August 3, 2007, 8:21 pm
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I checked Dell's website and online manuals but I could not get an
answer to my questions, so here I go.
Does anybody know what the maximum size for HD upgrade to replace the
current (10G) harddisk in a Dell Inspiron 8000 laptop is?
And could anybody suggest the best price/quality choice from this
Same question, but now on the choice of memory. The Inspirion 8000 can
take 2 x 256 MB of RAM. There is now a 128 MB module inside. Can I
plug in just 256 MB. Or do they need to be the same size?
According AIDA32 (system inventory app) the Dell has:
System Memory Specifications
Standard Memory 64 MB (removable)
Maximum Memory 512 MB
Memory Expansion 2 sockets
Memory Comments PC100 /Pc133 SDRAM SODIMMs.
According to Dell's website this should be:
256MB Module 32x64-133MHz PC133, 144p SODIMM, 3.3v, Sync 493sodimm-118
Is (below) this the correct memory?
Thanks in advance for any help !
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