* Maximum Memory Capacity: 262144 MB
* Currently Installed Memory: 128.5 MB
* Available Memory Slots: -1
* Number of Banks: 2
* Dual Channel Support: N.A.
* CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
* CPU Family: Intel Pentium III processor Model 8, Stepping 6
* CPU Speed: 699 MHz
System Manufacturer: NEC
System Model: PC-LC700J64DH
Motherboard Manufacturer: NEC
Motherboard Model: N.A
I can see the maximum capacity but still cant figure out what kind of memory i should look at, should it be SDRAM, DDRAM or ...
And what does (-1) here mean " Available Memory Slots: -1 "
Its going to be sdram ddr pc 2700 or 3200. I would get 2x 512 combo ram that will run PC 2700 or PC 3200. Make shore its duel sided double data rate not single sided. No point in putting more then 1 gig in it the CPU is a ancient.
AMD 6000+ @ 3.3 Ghz
Corsair XMS 2 - 2 gig DDR 2 800 @ 880 4 4 4 12 2.1 volts
8800 GTX KO @ 630/1575/2106
vista home premium x64
Enermax 650 watt 39 amp 12+ rails PSU
320 gig sata 2 300 mb 16 meg cache
2 gig 200x flash in readyboost
- Some of them talk about number of PINs, what is that?
All SO-DIMM DDR SD-RAM uses the same number of pins. DDR2 modules have more pins. Your laptop uses DDR though. Any standard PC2700/PC3200 SO-DIMM DDR SD-RAM module should work as long as its under the max capacity of your laptop's motherboard's slots.
Oh btw, what Adam linked in the message above should work fine. You might be able to find something better or cheaper on Newegg. G.Skill, Crucial, Corsair, Kingston, OCZ.