added 4 gb crucial 5300(2*2gb) sticks ($21 per stick )but the bios shows asInstalled memory 4gbavailable memory 3.3gbXp shows :3.3gbxp 64 bit shows 3.3gb too
4GB (2x2gb) 667
Seagate Momentus 5400.4 250gb 5400rpm 2.5HDD
Are yall running a 64bit CPU, and still not getting usage of all 4 gb?
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I have bought 2 modules of 2GB RAM Kingston KVR667D2S5/2G. It works fine for me. I must only recommend it.
Hi I was wondering if these would work:
And whether its worth the money for the performance boost?
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When I emailed crucial they recommended I try this 4gb kit.
The E1505 supports DDR2 PC2-5300,DDR2 PC2-4200. If you have the 1525, which I think you do, then it supports DDR2 PC2-6400,DDR2 PC2-5300.
Your selection will work and provide 32bit Windows XP/Vista with a maximum of 3.2GB of working memory, which in my opinion is an excellent upgrade and well worth it. And if you are running 64bit Windows XP/Vista, then you can take advantage of the full 4GB.
The Inspiron 6400 is the equivelant of the E1505, so either the DDR2 PC2-5300 or DDR2 PC2-4200 is what you would want to purchase. At Crucial, it's the following: