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Wanted: 1.0028 or 256 MB sticks of 100MHz SODIMM SDRAM

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Hi everyone, Don't laugh too much at this!! I am trying to breathe a bit of life into an old laptop! Needs some more RAM, but like most old machines can't cope with too much!! I have tried a …
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7y, 4w agoPosted 7 years, 4 weeks agoFeedback:39 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi everyone,

Don't laugh too much at this!!

I am trying to breathe a bit of life into an old laptop! Needs some more RAM, but like most old machines can't cope with too much!!

I have tried a stick of 133MHZ RAM (256MB) but it didn't like it, so not sure if the fault lies with the RAM itself, or the fact the onboard RAM that works (128MB) is 100MHz...

So I am hoping some kind soul has a few old sticks that they will let me have cheap so I can experiment!!

Looking for 128Mb 100MHz SODIMM SDRAM or 256Mb 100MHz SODIMM SDRAM.

Possibly 512MB too - although is that actually possible? In any event, not sure it'll work at that level!!

Thanks for your help - and appreciate that this request probably involves a fair bit of rummaging around in the spares box!!

Cheers
James
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Will pay at cost
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7y, 4w agoPosted 7 years, 4 weeks agoFeedback:39 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
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Have you tried the Crucial scanner

http://www.crucial.com/uk/index.aspx
1 Like #2
A 100MHz FSB motherboard will use 133MHz RAM and just run it at 100MHz so I think it's the RAM at fault.
#3
blobbyrob
Have you tried the Crucial scanner

http://www.crucial.com/uk/index.aspx


No I haven't - good shout... thanks and have some rep!

Heed20
A 100MHz FSB motherboard will use 133MHz RAM and just run it at 100MHz so I think it's the RAM at fault.


Ok, that is also helpful as I didn't know that - rep for you too!!

My generosity knows no bounds!!
#4
Ok, the max size I can use is 256Mb, but yes, 133 Mhz seems to be ok...

So, anyone got anything??
#5
Bump #2
#6
I'll check what I have when I get in :-)
#7
aardvarking
I'll check what I have when I get in :-)


Top man! Thanks! :thumbsup:
#8
Bump
Did anyone find any sticks of RAM for me?
#9
Hi mate - sorry for the delay.

If still interested I have:
1 x hyundai pc100-322-620 (I believe is 128Mb)
1x Kingston KTM - TP390X/64 (64 Mb)
1 x Kingston KTM - TP390X/128 (again 128Mb)

So if interested I'll get some prices together (need to work out the postage too) :-)
#10
Got a stick of Hynix PC133 128mb you can have for £4?
#11
aardvarking
Hi mate - sorry for the delay.

If still interested I have:
1 x hyundai pc100-322-620 (I believe is 128Mb)
1x Kingston KTM - TP390X/64 (64 Mb)
1 x Kingston KTM - TP390X/128 (again 128Mb)

So if interested I'll get some prices together (need to work out the postage too) :-)


bobdylan
Got a stick of Hynix PC133 128mb you can have for £4?


Thanks both for the offers - I have some 256Mb sticks on the way, but Aardvarking, I am interested in the PC100 stick!

Cheers
James
#12
How does £5 delivered first class or £5.50 first recorded sound?
Incidentally, I believe the Kingston stuff is PC100 too

If OK, and you can pay by BT I can have it sent out today :-)
#13
To be honest sounds more than I want to pay for a 128Mb stick...

It was more for experimental purposes - most I want to pay is £3 but don't care how it's sent.

Cheers
James
#14
theyeos;7767038
To be honest sounds more than I want to pay for a 128Mb stick...

It was more for experimental purposes - most I want to pay is £3 but don't care how it's sent.

Cheers
James

Sorry mate I can't really go any lower, I checked around for a fair price and even looked at completed listings on the 'bay.

Having found it I can stick it in an old IBM thinkpad I have and double the memory! :-D

Cheers
#15
Cool - glad you can find a use for it!

Cheers
James

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