|Hi..Othehill.. The house next door is up for sale, do you fancy a move??|
This is some info from a scan that I performed a while ago.. I have the whole readout if it would help.
BIOS Name )Phoenix - Award WorkstationBIOS v6.00PG
BIOS Vendor Phoenix Technologies, LTD
SMBIOS Version 6.00 PG
BIOS Date 08/11/2005
I will look out the Brand, I am sure I had a book that came with it at the time..
I clicked cancel, when I was about to change the CD drive letter as I thought what might happen was if I called on a program to do something and it was looking for the CD drive and I had changed the letter it would not be able to find it... But I will change it as soon as I have it all together again...
I have the computer in bits at the moment, well not in bits, but apart.. I am just about to put 4GB of memory in it, which was why I was trying to find out about low and high density.. I have phoned up two computer makers a few shops 'ARIA' and 'ORCA' and no-one knows how to tell if the memory I have in my hand is low or high.
I even phoned up a place in Australia that sells this ' RamBo ' brand of memory and they cannot tell me either. The consensus is that Low is 64Mx8 and High is 128Mx4.. the only problem with that is that those figures just are not written on the memory anywhere.. I was told today that if there are 8 chips a side they were Low Density, I pointed out to him that, the High density ones for sale on ebay have 8 chips a side too.. would be handy if the manufacturers thought about a label...
Back to the drives, as my computer is on the floor, I have just taken the opportunity to do as you suggest, there were four Sata sockets, mine were in 1&2..so have moved them to 3&4... I will get it back together and see how I get on in Disk management Now.. I will make sure that I look into every option that is there... I really do appreciate your help..