How to Install Memory in Your Notebook PC
How to Install Memory in Your Desktop PC
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between registered, unbuffered, ECC and fully buffered memory?
Will additional memory speed up my computer?
Will a faster memory of the same type run at a slower speed, i.e., 400Mhz DDR in a 333Mhz DDR system?
Will Kingston ValueRam (KVR) work in my brand name computer?
What is the difference between Kingston ValueRam and Kingston brand specific memory?
Will a part made for one brand name computer work in a another brand name computer if they have the same specifications (i.e. A dell specific part in a HP computer)?
My BIOS or a diagnostic program such as CPU-Z shows the memory is running at half the frequency. Why?
My computer requires I have the largest module or the only module in the system be installed in the first slot. How do I know which is the first slot?
How do I find out how much memory is installed in my system?
Will adding memory improve Web browsing?
During boot, my system shows the full amount of physical memory installed, but Microsoft Windows does not recognize all of the memory. Why?
When I installed memory in my Notebook, the system did not boot or did not recognize the memory. How do I resolve this?
When I installed memory into my desktop computer, the system did not boot or did not recognize the memory. How do I resolve this?
I've installed memory and the system boots, but only half of the additional memory is seen by the system.
Can I use Registered RAM with Unbuffered RAM?
How do I install memory into my computer?
What is the difference between the part numbers that are in dual or triple channel kits and the parts that sold individually?