bratty brunette wrote:
> I have sent an email to the manufacturer. Thank you so much for your time.
When I don't have time I simply never make it to the PC so time is not a
problem, however the key to some PC related problems is to avoid the
user wasting lots of time on a problem that you are sure you know the
answer to but then it turns out to be something entirely different
Good luck with the email, however continue to watch this newsgroup as a
simple answer may pop up at any minute
I think you will find an investment in more memory will help in the
future with all kinds of things but if I may add a caveat to that in
case you consider it I guess it would be to be very sure what you get is
compatible... for example you now have 1 package with 512 and would like
1 GB - buy a single 1 GB pack and remove the old one.
If you buy another 512 and they don't like each other you are no better
off, the other way you'd at least gain the memory for not much more cost.
If you upgrade to 2 GB then buy two packs from the same place at the