DDR PC2-5200 Ram- Crucial doesn't sell it?

  buel 16:34 03 Apr 11
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Hi,
I ran the Crucial Scanner on my friend's computer and while it was able to determine what Ram is in the computer (it says two 512mb sticks but when i choose Properties on My Computer it only says 768mb or Ram)it stated that they dont sell any modules for this computer.
Please can someone clarify why not?
And are they DDR1?
Thank you in advance!

  Nontek 16:48 03 Apr 11

A bit more info than 'my friends computer' or 'this computer', is needed. Desktop/laptop/make/model/OS etc ... ?

  buel 16:50 03 Apr 11

Sorry for that!
A desktop XP Home Packard Bell.
Version 2002 SP3

  Nontek 16:56 03 Apr 11

click here or is it a different Model Number?

  buel 17:24 03 Apr 11

Hi,
Well i've used SIW to get these details:
The computer manufacturer and product name is:
Manufacturer- Packard Bell By
Product name- Imedia 1559
It says the maximum capacity is 2gb.

Will that Ram do the job?
Is it classed as 'DDR1'?

  Nontek 17:41 03 Apr 11
  buel 18:02 03 Apr 11

Thank you for that, however i cant find the 1559 series?

  GaT7 18:32 03 Apr 11

After a few searches, it most likely needs DDR2 RAM. Two other sites that say 2 slots present & 4Gb max click here & click here. Very expensive though, so you should try elsewhere.

Any DDR2 RAM that meets the following criteria will be OK I reckon:

- 240pin
- 1.8V
- PC2-4200 OR PC2-5300
- Unbuffered
- Unregistered
- Non-ECC
- Low density

If you let us know how much you want to upgrade / want to spend, we can provide a few links. G

  timsmith259 18:38 03 Apr 11

have you physically opened the computer to look at the ram and to see what type of ram it is, don't forget to ground yourself.

  GaT7 18:43 03 Apr 11

Well, another thing I've been able to find out is that the motherboard is a Gigabyte GA-8TRC410MNF-RH click here, which uses the same DDR2 RAM with a max of 4Gb, i.e. 2x2Gb modules. G

  GaT7 19:30 03 Apr 11

In answer to 'DDR PC2-5200 Ram- Crucial doesn't sell it?'.

Yes they do: 4Gb click here / 2Gb click here / 1Gb click here. G

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