The motherboard is an Intel PM965, the CPU is an Intel Core Duo T7500.
All help would be appreciated.
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Using the manual input for the Crucial memory wizard, I am still showing 4Gb as the maximum. Therefore, I am sticking with my original statement and say that you are already at your maximum.
I did hear that other people have installed 8GB Memory RAM on the HP 6910P, but they used a Corsair PC2-6400 2X4GB Modules. Do I have to use the same or could I buy different brands like Samsung, Hynix or Kingston?
Just trying to convince the OP that 4GB was the max Digerati
I have registered just to let you know that I have seen this: http://geekswithblog...g-with-8gb.aspx ; and decided to buy this memory from amazon (VS4GSDS800D2) and my hp6910p has recognized the 8gb with no problem. Now is 8gb ram and running with t9300 cpu, the performance of this old laptop is very impressive and almost as fast as the first gen i3. Also you must now that there is no heat issues nor battery extra drain; only faster by maybe three times compared to original configuration. Hope this helps.
Edited by ntty, 19 November 2012 - 10:57 AM.
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