Quote: Originally Posted by cyberbiker
TechVike put it up. I too noticed it had been taken down when I was ready to change my RAM module.
Many thanks for the info. I'll try to track this down. I've seen the Italian video too but the TechVike one was better. It went more slowly at some points where the Italian fast forwarded. The Italian video camera angle wasn't so good either at some points, with a hand sometimes hiding what was going on.
I would have sent a private message but I can't see how to do this. I'm guessing it's disabled until you've reached a certain number of posts, like on many forums.
Yes, it's a great machine. Just what I wanted. I've been a fan of this format for a long time and still have my HP Jornada 820 from the late 90s Hewlett-Packard: HP Jornada 820 Handheld PC Product Specifications
It had 16MB of RAM (8 for system, 8 for storage), no hard disc, instant on, 10-15 hours battery life (hence the name Jornada) 2.5 lbs weight. The modem meant I could use a mobile phone to connect to my company's central computer system. Ideal for travel and business use. But it also shows how far technology has advanced.
I'm still puzzled about Piriform Speccy reporting two memory slots, with one free. I'd be interested to hear what it says about your machine if you felt like trying it. The free Piriform applications are nicely designed and seem to work well but I wonder if Speccy is getting something wrong here. You can get the software at Speccy - System Information - Free Download
Thanks again. I'll contact you if I have problems.