I have an IBM TP T-43. running Win XP Home. I checked the ram
and found the following 486 MHz .99 GB of ram.
I suppose I have 1 gb of ram. The computer is running good but I
thought of putting in another 1 gb of ram. I opened the access plate
on the bottom and thought I would find 2 slots for ram with one empty.
What I found was one sim card laying flat across the panel access and
did not find another slot. Are there 2 slots. How do you remove the top
sim if the other slot is underneath. Would another 1 gb of ram make
the computer run better. Is 2 gb the maximum ram I could put it?
I bought a 1 gb Ram. I thought the Ram slot under the keyboard was empty
but was surprised to find a .5 memory ram in it. Also I could not remove it
because some cable was covering the right lever. I installed the 1 gb ram in
the slot under the cover on bottom of computer after I removed the ram that was there and get a reading of 1.49 GB ram. Will different sizes of ram in the two slots hurt anything and which slot is Slot 1. Should the 1 gb ram go into slot 1? or does it matter?.