Memory Checkout (765D-9546 765L-9547)

Memory Checkout

DIMM cards are available for increasing memory capacity.

NOTE: The Models 765L and 765D have a dip switch on the DIMM adapter card. If you are installing a 64_MB 2-bank DIMM, move the dip switch to the left. The memory (8 MB) on the DIMM adapter card is disabled.

You can install a 64-MB 2-bank DIMM in slot 2. If you try to install it in slot 1, it will not be recognized as 64 MB DIMM.


Slot 1 Slot 2 Total
Right 16 MB 0 MB 32 MB 32384 KB
Right 16 MB 8 MB 40 MB 40576 KB
Right 16 MB 16 MB 48 MB 48768 KB
Right 16 MB 32 MB 64 MB 65152 KB
Right 32 MB 32 MB 80 MB 81536 KB
Left 16 MB 64 MB 88 MB 89728 KB
Left 32 MB 64 MB 104 MB 106112 KB

Memory errors might stop system operations, show error messages on the screen, or hang the system.

Use the following procedure to isolate memory problems.

NOTE: Make sure that the DIMM adapter card is fully installed in the connector. A loose connection can cause an error.

  1.  Power off the computer and remove the DIMM adapter card from it's slot (if installed).
  2.  Press and hold the F1 key, then power on the computer. Hold the F1  key down until the Easy-Setup screen appears.
  3.  Select Test and then press Enter
  4.  Select Memory and press Enter to run the memory test on base memory. If an  error appears, replace the system board.
  5.  Power off the computer and reinstall the DIMM adapter card, then power on the computer. Verify the  memory size, then test the memory. If an error appears, replace the DIMM adapter card.

If memory problems occur intermittently, use the loop option to repeat the test. When the test detects an error, an error log is printed on the printer connected to the parallel port. See 'Displaying the Error Log' for more information.

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