2GB Memory

  jim63 06:15 29 Oct 10

My Asus X51R laptop has 2x 1gb slots can I put 1x2gb on its own

  onthelimit 07:50 29 Oct 10

Check with the Crucial scannerclick here, but it should be OK.

  jim63 10:23 29 Oct 10

This is what memory I have. What is the difference between PC2-5300 and PC2-6400

""Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-5300, DDR2 PC2-6400 with a maximum of 1GB per slot.* *Not to exceed manufacturer supported memory.
• Maximum Memory Capacity: 2048MB
• Currently Installed Memory: 1GB
• Available Memory Slots: 1
• Total Memory Slots: 2
• Dual Channel Support: Yes
• CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
• CPU Family: Intel(R) Celeron(R) M CPU 520 @ 1.60GHz Model 15, Stepping 6
• CPU Speed: 1596 MHz

  johndrew 10:31 29 Oct 10

The difference is speed at which the RAM functions.
PC2-5300 runs at 667MHz, PC2-6400 at 800MHz. However if you mix the modules it will all run at the lower speed, so adding faster RAM to a PC with slower has no benefit in speed, you should upgrade with the standard you have or replace it all.

  rickf 10:31 29 Oct 10

Looks like your MB limits you to 2g ram total so no point putting in more and only 1g perslot according to your specs.

  jim63 11:35 29 Oct 10

I bought an extra 1gb of ram from Crucial but had to return it as laptop would not reconise it. This is why I thought to install a 2gb or 1gb kit.
Don't know what to do.

  hastelloy 14:16 29 Oct 10

Are you sure you installed it correctly - it has to be pushed home very firmly? If you used the Crucial scanner then you should have ended up with the correct memory.

  jim63 14:24 29 Oct 10

yes, if I used the new one in slot on its own it was reconized but not when the 2 installed

  johndrew 14:25 29 Oct 10

Did you check BIOS to see if it was necessary to make a change for the extra RAM to be recognised?

Someone else had a similar problem to you click here. Anything here help?

I also found this, click here where there is a comment at the end that refers to enabling recognition.

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