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"I recently aquired a gate way professional i bought a pc 133 memory stick 256 mb and when i install the computer screen stays black its showing thats it is on but n images on screen please help thnx "
"Board: Intel Corporation WL810E" (the motherboard)
and maybe the video card that's in a slot.
Your mboard is old enough that it was designed for only using PC66 and PC100 SDram in it.
The PC133 spec itself is backwards compatible, but other things about the PC133 module's chips, the number of memory chips in some cases, and the way the chips are wired to the module must be compatible with the requirements of the mboard's memory controller and main chipset.
If you install a ram module that is NOT compatible with the mboard, in the worst cases of incompatibilty, the mboard WILL NOT BOOT, it may not even beep, and you get NO VIDEO.
The same applies for testing your ram in another mboard - the ram must be compatible with the other mboard - if it isn't, any results of testing the ram on the other mboard cannot be relied upon to be valid.
If you still have the ram that was installed when the system worked fine, try installing just that ram.
See response 5 in this for some info about ram compatibilty, and some places where you can find out what will work in your mboard for sure:
Correction to that:
In this case, this mboard is old enough most major places that sell ram DO NOT have this WL810E mboard listed.
Crucial lists it, but it no longer sell sram for your mboards:
You have two ram slots, max 256mb per slot.
168-pin DIMM Banking: 2 (2 banks of 1)
Chipset: Intel 810e
Error Detection Support: Non-ECC only
Max Component Density: 128Mb
Max Unbuffered SDR SDRAM: 512MB
Module Types Supported: Unbuffered only
SDR SDRAM Frequencies: PC66 and PC100
Supported DRAM Types: SDR SDRAM only
" Non-ECC only " - you can't use modules with 9 or 18 memory chips.
"pc 133 memory stick 256 mb"
That probably has 8 chips, or 4 chips.
This mboard does not benefit from PC133 ram - it runs PC133 ram at 100mhz - the PC100 spec.
The PC133 spec itself is backwards compatible, but other things about the PC133 module's chips, sometimes the number of chips, and the way the chips are wired to the module, must be compatible with the requirements of the mboard's memory controller and main chipset.
This mboard cannot use any 256mb ram modules that have 4, 8, 9, or 18 memory chips - they must have 16 chips.
These modules are compatible:
Note that it says the 256mb ones have 16 chips.
And so are these:
If you don't have any suitable ram, search the web using: Intel WL810E memory
or Intel 810E chipset memory, or similar.
16 chip PC133 ram is quite rare - they were only made a short while after PC133 ram first came out. I've only seen two in computers since PC133 first came out.
You might be able to get 16 chip 256mb PC100 ram locally, but it may be expensive in comparison the the prices at the two places I found.
See response 2 in this - make sure the modules are properly seated: