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XE3 mamximum RAM?

By wannab ·
My buddy has an old HP omnibook xe3 and askd if i could upgrade it, i told him sure, he wants to put the maximum amount of ram it will take, ive tried looking on the HP support page and forum with no luck, some say 1gig is the max some say 256 or 512. His XE3 has these number on the bottom of the laptop f3775kt if that will help it didnt on the hp site, from what i gather it is an XE3-C (hp has a gc on their site with the same bios 1.63 so i assume they r one and the same) but no info on the serial number or the max allowd ram for his notebook. any help is appreciated. Thanx in advance
Raymond dePerrodil

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by statykserver In reply to XE3 mamximum RAM?

Here is a site that might be useful to you. http://www.memory.com/sysconfig.asp

I looked up the XE3C and it has a max of 512MB ram
results here http://www.memory.com/item.asp?item=HP2272

Hope this helps

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by statykserver In reply to

It depends on exactly what model it is when determining if 512 or 256 MB of ram is the correct answer. The Omnibook XE(3) has several models that range in the amount of memory they can hold from 256 to 1GB

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by josh In reply to XE3 mamximum RAM?

The answer is 256MB PC100 144pin/3.3v - direct from HP website

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/bpi04258/bpi04258.pdf

Page 124 of 151 under "hardware specs." and then under main memory

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by josh In reply to

the HP website that has the PDF on it showing that it is for a OmniBook xe3-gc
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/DocumentIndex.jsp?contentType=SupportManual&lang=en&cc=us&docIndexId=179111&taskId=101&prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=31650

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by wannab In reply to

I read all of this from the hp site. Thank you anyway though.

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by ozi Eagle In reply to XE3 mamximum RAM?

Hi,

Checkout this web site for full details.
I would suspect that the post script C is for the option level it was built to.

http://www.ciao.co.uk/Productinformation/HP_OmniBook_XE3__5376972#productdetail

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