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The Dell Inspiron 518 supports Intel Core 2 Quad, Intel Core 2 Duo, Intel Pentium Dual-Core and Intel Celeron processors.
The Dell Inspiron 519 supports AMD Athlon 64/ LE/ 64 X2/ X2 BE and AMD Phenom X2/ X4/ X2 GE/ triple core Both computers feature 2 USB 2.0 connectors on top of the computer.
I have a Dell Inspiron 530 running Lubuntu 12.x, and just put 8GB of RAM into it. you can also check: cat /proc/meminfo sudo lshw -C memory That's a very old machine for 8GB and depending on the exact model it may not support more than 4GB.
with lshw you can get each hardware details (brand, model, n, ...) ; see the manpage (man lshw)Also, @dino99 -- is there any way to do that Bios check/uncheck without being in front of the computer? indeed you cant do that remotedly, you have to call the bios at boot time (very beginning process, usually hiting Del or F2 or ...
depending of the machine, often displayed at the bottom screen while boot start.)Thanks so much. If, as you say, your machine is an Inspiron 530 series, then according to THESE guys, it'll only take 4 GB of RAM:- I've been using them for years, and they're rarely wrong.
I had no problem with the lshw command..it shows all four banks and a total of 8Gb. I'm guessing it's just a matter of finding that setting in the Bios. :-)So in further poking around, I checked the BIOS version and might this be the issue? Version: 1.0.10 Release Date: 12/15/2007 A discussion on the Dell forum says the latest is 1.0.18. Or is it just a simple matter of if the Bios recognizes the memory (it displays it) then I'm going to be able to use it once I flip the right switches? Mind you, I have an old Dell Inspiron 1100 laptop, from 2002. ;)Or is it just a simple matter of if the Bios recognizes the memory (it displays it) then I'm going to be able to use it once I flip the right switches?
If it's a older machine it may not support 8GB of ram it's good pritace to check the Machine specs to see how much ram your computer can take befor purchasing it.
Older computers were not built to hold a large amount of Ram especially those that are running Windows Xp I know because I have three and unless I'm willing to replace my mother board some may only hold around 2GB. Before even getting the memory I checked uname and I'm running 64-bit Lubuntu.