10-26-2011 06:35 AM
i belive it is. you must remember that there is important if you have WWAN module or not - there can be diffrent parts numbers
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10-26-2011 06:38 AM
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my HP Mini is slow and i would like to upgrade the ram, heard that the Ram can only be upgraded to 2gb ddr ram, is that so?
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10-26-2011 09:36 AM
There is conflicting info on your model...
The specs state max RAM is 1 GB. The service manual says max Ram is 2 GB.
What I would do if I were you is to download and run the free Crucial memory scanner which will report how much memory you can upgrade to, and what type you need.
I'm thinking you'll be OK upgrading to a 2GB module but of course you will have to remove the 1 GB you have and replace it with the 2 GB as there is only one memory module in your machine.
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08-30-2013 02:54 AM
Hi everybody !
I'm a basic pc user (not an expert) and I own an old but faithful HP mini 210–1000 (rev 3660-100 – pcid: 04A4100000202000000300000).
Before changing pc model, as I usually do, I upgrade the RAM of my current one.
Therefore, I found a product that seemed suitable to me, having the same characteristics of HP mini default RAM: 4GB DDR2 SODIMM (200 pin) 800Mhz PC2 6400 / PC2 6300 CL 6.0 by Komputerbay (sold by Amazon).
I ordered, got, installed it, but it seems not appropriate for HP mini 210–1000, since the system can't start to boot.
Shall I send the RAM back, because definetly not suitable to the pc or is there a way to make it work?
Thanks for your help.