Computer Memory Upgrade
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Checking a Printer's Memory

Step 1: Opening the Printer Applet


Click Start, Settings, and choose Printers. Right-click the printer that you would like to configure and choose Properties. The printer properties dialog box will open.

Step 2: Set the Printer Memory


Click the Device Options tab. If your printer has an IEEE 1284-compliant parallel cable, your printer may have reported the memory information to Windows 98. If the printer memory field is unavailable, your printer does not support this feature.

Step 3: Setting the Memory


If you have added memory to your printer, and the changes are not reflected on the Device Options tab, click the printer memory drop-down list and choose the total amount memory in your printer. Choose OK to confirm these settings.

Step 4: Close the Printers Folder


After successfully setting the memory, close the printers folder by clicking on the X in the upper right corner.

Useful Links
Efficient printing - HP 
 
Printer Memory Modules
Do It Yourself: HP Printer Memory
HP Laser Printer Memory Upgrade
Installing a Flash DIMM in the Hewlett Packard Laserjet 4000 Series

Laptop Memory?
Laptop Memory - Specification Analysis
Do It Yourself:: Installing Laptop Memory

 
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