Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600 memory

  wsummere 12:52 28 Jun 07

Hi there

I've got a bit of a problem with a laptop that someone might be able to help with...hopefully!

Currently running Windows 2000, and has 256Mb in two banks of 128. When I try to upgrade to 256Mb in each of the 2 slots (256 is its maximum I think), I get the error message "remove the incompatible module from slots". I've tried various modules, all 256Mb, PC100, CL2, but none are recognised.

Anyone have any ideas?!

  A-Nonymous 13:23 28 Jun 07

Probably because 256 is the max you can take, but I will check for you.

  A-Nonymous 13:27 28 Jun 07

I cant find Satellite Pro 4600 on Crucial - are you sure it is correct?

  A-Nonymous 13:38 28 Jun 07

Found it - the maximum it can take is 512MB

Are you sure you are using correct memory - go to click here and they will tell you what memory you need.

  wsummere 13:46 28 Jun 07

Thanks Guys

I have looked everywhere for info on this one, as its a fairly old machine (well in laptop terms anyway). Its definitely a Satellite Pro 4600 - I've even checked on Toshiba's own site and got the right type of memory. I have seen other users commenting that they have the same problem - that it won't recognise certain memory modules, but just wondered if there was anyone here that had seen the same issue...

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