Easynote R1005

  davecooper 08 May 11

I have a Packard Bell EasyNote R1005 which has been around a few years now. However, I was dissapointed that the Packard Bell support site does not even recognise this model. I am just trying to find some info on expanding the memory on this machine. I currently have only 512Meg of RAM in two 256Meg cards, one in each slot. I know what type of memory I need but do not know the maximum expandable size or how they should be configured. Do I need to fill both slots, also I have read that this machine can only be expanded to 1Gig, is this correct? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 08 May 11

Your Packard Bell EasyNote DIMM Type: SODIMM, SO-DIMM, Small Outline DIMM Packard Bell EasyNote R1005 MAX RAM: 1GB

This EasyNote has memory slots/sockets: 2

Upgrade Size: 512MB

Memory Kit: 1x 512MB

Module PIN count: 200-PIN

Memory Generation: DDR Module Speed: PC2700, DDR333 MHz of Module: 333MHz Latency of Module: CL2.5

  davecooper 08 May 11

Thanks Fruit Bat. So basically I need 2 x 512MB memory modules, one for each slot. Is that correct?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 08 May 11


  davecooper 08 May 11

Thanks very much.

  neildickinson 01 Jun 11

Hi Fruitbat

hope you dont mind me jumping onto your reply

can I get access to both simm slots from under the battery?


Neil Dickinson

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 01 Jun 11

There is a cover on the bottom of the machine that gives you access to the extra memory slot.


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