upgrade from Lubuntu 12 LTS to Lubuntu 14 LTS on old desktop?
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Sun Aug 9 00:27:27 UTC 2015
I bought a Dell Latitude D810 on Ebay.com. I found ddr2 ram for about $10,
I upgraded memory to 2gb. Some memory is more expensive than others. I know
PC2-6400 4gb stick is over $50 per. Where PC3-10600 are $25 per stick.
I just install Lubuntu 14.04 live cd on my old Toshiba Satellite 2400, it
has 512mb ram, 30 gb hd. Lubuntu has updated it where my Savage video
chipset works with Lubuntu. This laptop will only goto 1024x768 video
resolution. It keeps this old laptop worth keeping.
Also WattOS works well on this laptop.
On Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 6:05 PM, Iaups Aromaz <
ialsousepropietarysoftware at gmail.com> wrote:
> Why don't you consider buying second-hand RAM modules at Ebay?
> For instance, two Kingston DDR-400 PC3200 non-ECC modules of one GB
> each one cost something like 10-20 euros at Ebay United Kingdom. It's
> likely to be cheaper at the USA.
> Even there are best sellers who claim to tell buyers the compatible
> modules provided they say the motherboard model and offer warranty.
> Besides, Pay Pal protects the money against cons.
> Choosing compatible modules requires to read the motherboard manual
> since there are a lot of details: frequency, density...
> After buying, you could check the memory with a memtest86 disc.
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