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Topic # 13150 24-Apr-2007 20:20
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Hi,

I have a Packard Bell Easynote M5 260DR ..

Currently running 256 ram which I want to upgrade I have checked and there are two slots .

Found the specs for RAM here ..http://www.crucial.com/uk/store/mpartspecs.aspx?mtbpoid=9B9F5310A5CA7304

But am fairly unsure where to start to ensure  get exactly the correct ram locally
I had a look on pricespy but am not sure what I'm looking for ..

I have tried one already but the keyhole ? ..was like a few millimeters out of lining up correctly

Sorry for the basic info any help would be greatfull and links aslo welcome to local suppliers with the
correct product

Thanks



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  Reply # 68352 24-Apr-2007 20:35
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was it a sodimm you tried? was it the right way around? DSE usually provide really good service in helping select notebook ram.




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  Reply # 68383 25-Apr-2007 00:44
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You could have gotten DDR2 by mistake instead of just DDR (or the other way around), if it's just off then that's what I think has happened.

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