Re: Help Me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Do Not install more than 64 MB of memory in motherboards with the 430FX, 430VX or 430TX system controller chipsets as the system will actually run slower due to a memory caching problem. Systems with these chipsets include the 31xx, 32xx series, as well as the 5030, 5040, 5120, 5215, 5250, 5315, 5315D, 5320, 7010, 7020, 7030, 7050, 7070, 7090, 7055, 7110Z, 7125, 7130P, 7145, 7160, 7170, 7222, 7260, 7275, 7310, 8140, 8160, 8201, 8240, 8242, and 8246 models.
The HP motherboards that use SIMMs have four 72-pin SIMM sockets that are arranged in pairs called Bank 0 and Bank 1. Both SIMMs in a bank must have the same type and size of memory installed. SIMMs must be ordered and installed in pairs. You cannot pull one of the SIMMs in an existing pair and replace it with three SIMMs of a higher value. You must keep the existing pair or remove and install two new pairs. Tin lead SIMMs are required. Order 60 ns EDO DRAM (if CPU clock speed is less than 90 MHz, use 70 ns EDO DRAM). The height of the SIMM modules must not exceed 1 inch.
Since no one wanted to read the link I posted above about this computer...I brought the link to you to read here.
Now I don't really want to seem overbearing here and you can waste all the money you want to on your own stuff, But you got 48 megs of memory installed. 16mbs more just is not going to do you a bit of good.
and if you use more than that ...as noted above, you are just spinning your wheels in the mud.