11-12-2004 05:14 PM
and 128MB Memory card(PC133)
in my HP Brio BA410 computer and it works great !!!
Total memory is 640MB.
Ran Memtest86(V1.11) with no errors.
I have HP Brio BA410 computer system with
866MHz Pentium III, 40GB drive and 640MB or ram.
The RAM specifications limit the system to 256 MB SDRAM.
MAX RAM supported is 512 MB.
I running 640MB SDRAM with no problems at this time!!!
Will 640MB be problem in some unknow way?
Is it possible to install two(2) 512MB Memory cards
and total memory 1024MB?
11-12-2004 05:52 PM
And if you have anything less than Windows XP more memory is probably more likely to cause more Windows problems that it's worth.
10-21-2013 04:58 AM
On my pc " brio BA410 " , about a year ago , I installed two modules 512Kb RAM ( for a total of 1 Gb ) and I have not noticed any malfunction.
In addition, with a processor " Pentium III " Coppermine 1Ghz EB , I installed the operating system "Windows 7 Home Basic ," which runs very well with very good speed ( excluding full system scans performed by the antivirus , but it also happens on other computers ) .
Ordinary use , that played by the majority of users (Internet , various documents , research etc. . ) , I am very satisfied : if you do not know , it seems to use a PC with a processor and memory of the highest level.
Integration with "Windows 7 Home Basic" is excellent : they seem meant to be together and the operating system , with its better fluidity and fluency compared to "Windows XP ", helps the computer in its action.
If you happen to have two ram modules PC133 SDRAM 168-pin non- ECC 512Kb , I recommend you try it and you will be surprised !
10-21-2013 06:07 AM
Note following (important, I apologize for the omission) of the previous message.
With the proposed hardware-software configuration, you must install a fan on the processor heatsink, powered through a dedicated connector on the mainboard: the fan follows the requirements of the processor, the processor overheats, the computer is still very quiet (even with the side panel removed) and there are no problems.
After a long time of operation, you can safely place a finger over the blades of the heatsink without burning.
I updated to the latest BIOS version (IO.07.10), withdrawing the software from the HP website, but probably is not necessary, not having noticed any particular differences.
12-31-2013 04:52 PM
It could be yes.
If you use the chipset utility and identiy the chipset go to the Intel side or google for the processor that is installed inclduing the SECC or SEC2 form and the FSB!
If the Intel side says that the chipset is designed for 1GB of RAM speeds, yes it could work and HP has forgotton to write a limit into its bios.
I have a BA410 here that works with 1GB of memory quite surprisingly.