Since I bought this netbook that I’ve been looking forward to upgrade it’s ram. As you may know, this netbook has two slots, which by default are fulfilled with 2GB (1024+1024) or 3GB (1024+2048), unfortunately in Portugal only the first combination is being sold.
After reading a couple of reviews of other people that wanted to perform the same upgrade as me, from 2GB into 4GB, I’ve finally decided to bet on Kingston, and I bought the KVR800D2S6K2/2G modules.
Now you may be wondering why I didn’t bought 8GB instead of 4GB since the netbook supports them, the reason is plain simple: in my humble opinion they are way too expensive!
The first thing you need to know it’s that although the PCI output shows a Realtek 8171 wireless adapter, in reality it is a Realtek RTL8191SE!
With this in mind you only need to download this file which was referenced in this thread on post #134 and execute the commands below. Make sure to remove the NDISWrapper driver before doing this if you have already installed and set it up.
Last Friday 15th was my birthday and as a present I bought the brand new Asus Eee PC 1201N Silver to replace my old Acer Aspire 2003 WLMi. It’s been a while since I met this notebook, unfortunately new gadgets tend to take some time to be commercialized in Portugal, and this one wasn’t different, although it isn’t quite new in other countries, here it’s only available since middle December 2009 and it’s not yet available in big stores.
For those of you who don’t know anything about this netbook yet, below is the list of specs that are commercialized in Portugal (in other countries there are differences in Memory and Storage specs).
Last Friday I was presented with a new cellphone, a Samsung S7330!
Although my old Motorola v980 still works, this was a very nice gift from my friends, Paulo Roberto and Carla Sofia. It’s new features brings a breath of fresh air to my mobile activities.
S7330 seems to be a nice cellphone it has a nice and clean look, mine is Noir Black which makes it very bright and shiny, it’s software menus are very intuitive and functional. It has an adaptable touch navigation panel which is multi-functional because it adapts himself to what we’re viewing on the main screen.
Around one and a half years my laptop’s charger died, after five years of intense usage it’s understandable. At that time I’ve chosen to buy an Universal charger from Trust which seemed a nice choice at the moment.
Last month it decided not to work, with exactly the same kind of problems the first one had: the end of the wire near the charger box seemed to be broken.