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emmjay
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Registered: ‎03-20-2008
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A61E RAM , how many pins

Dumb question, but I am having a problem getting the right info...

 

I have an A61E.  Looking to upgrade the RAM but I can not determine if I need a 240pin or 200pin module.

 

I want to add 2GB to the existing config. I went to the Kingston site and entered my system type & it kicked out  Lenovo 4OY7735, but I think this is for a notebook, not a desktop. Looked at the Lenovo hardware specs for A61e and got 43C6489, but no pin count. Looked at the shop guide for my systems accessories, no pin count, but got  this p/n 43R1756 for 2GB RAM.

 

I assume I need 1.8v 200 pin DDR2, SDRAM (667 MHz, SODIMM, PC2-5300).  Though I would like some help on this.

 

My system:  6418-12U, 1GB RAM installed

 

 

 

T23: 2647-8RU, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
A61E: 6418-12U, W7/Pro 64
X200: 7454-CTO, W7/Pro 32

emmjay
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Re: A61E RAM , how many pins

I have found the answer to my own question, though it was a total pain. Hope this will help anybody else trying to get hold of this info...

 

http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?Indocid=MIGR-69499

 

It is definitely 200pin, not 240  and it is a desktop/notebook module. Go figure!

T23: 2647-8RU, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
A61E: 6418-12U, W7/Pro 64
X200: 7454-CTO, W7/Pro 32

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