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upgrading RAM on rp3410, quad-mem question (restarted)

 
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Banibrata Dutta
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upgrading RAM on rp3410, quad-mem question (restarted)

Hi,

I closed my other thread too soon. Using cstm, I see the following:

Basic Memory Description

Module Type: MEMORY
Total Configured Memory : 2048 MB
Page Size: 4096 Bytes

Memory interleaving is supported on this machine and is ON.

Memory Board Inventory

DIMM Slot Size (MB)
--------- ---------
0A 512
0B 512
1A 512
1B 512
--------- ---------
System Total (MB): 2048

Doesn't this mean that I don't have any more free slots & that I cannot upgrade w/o discarding ?

thanks,
bd
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Nico Schockaert
Trusted Contributor

Re: upgrading RAM on rp3410, quad-mem question (restarted)

Hello,

An rp3410 has twelve dimm slots, allowing a maximum of 6 GByte of total system memory.
So, you still can add 4 GByte (= 8x 512MB)

Regards,

Nico
Banibrata Dutta
Frequent Advisor

Re: upgrading RAM on rp3410, quad-mem question (restarted)

Thanks Nico, but should't cstm show the other DIMM's and list them as empty ?
Nico Schockaert
Trusted Contributor
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Re: upgrading RAM on rp3410, quad-mem question (restarted)

Yes. Fix is made available in June 2006 release of the OnlineDiag product, located support plus media.

Hope this helps,

Nico