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Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding the value of the notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
 
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t commonplace anymore (usually only sold online with limited retail availability), so your best bet is to buy it online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. If your processor or chipset is sensitive to fast memory, you may need 667MHz memory. While it usually works, the 800MHz memory is not guaranteed to work on all 667MHz limited systems. If you’re risk averse, I’d buy 667 and get rid of the compatibility risk entirely. Make sure they’re JEDEC compliant to rig the odds as much as you can and you still want to gamble.
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t commonplace anymore (usually only sold online with limited retail availability), so your best bet is to buy it online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. If your processor or chipset is sensitive to fast memory, you may need 667MHz memory. While it usually works, the 800MHz memory is not guaranteed to work on all 667MHz limited systems. If you’re risk averse, I’d buy 667 and get rid of the compatibility risk entirely. Make sure they’re JEDEC compliant to rig the odds as much as you can and you still want to gamble.
 
It typically doesn’t matter on late model DDR2 systems (2007-final DDR2 boards/systems) as these can downclock the modules no problem, but there is a subset of systems that just can’t do it and throw a POST error if even one thing is off. I have one of those in desktop form and I don’t think the 800MHz modules would work just based on what I know about how picky it is about single sided 667 modules (despite shipping that way). If the 800MHz RAM was cheaper I’d probably try, but it’s not cheap enough to justify when I can predict memory rejection. You will know if the system rejected them with a POST beep code.

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Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding the value of the notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding the value of the notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
 
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactlycommonplace anymore (usually only sold inonline with limited retail often anymore (ifavailability), so your best bet is to buy it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. If your processor or chipset is sensitive to fast memory (or the chipset has issues downclocking it)memory, you may need 667MHz memory. TheWhile it usually works, the 800MHz memory is not guaranteed to work on aall 667MHz limited system, so bear that in mindsystems. If you’re risk averse, I’d buy 667 and makeget rid of the call based on howcompatibility risk averse you areentirely.
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactlycommonplace anymore (usually only sold inonline with limited retail often anymore (ifavailability), so your best bet is to buy it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. If your processor or chipset is sensitive to fast memory (or the chipset has issues downclocking it)memory, you may need 667MHz memory. TheWhile it usually works, the 800MHz memory is not guaranteed to work on aall 667MHz limited system, so bear that in mindsystems. If you’re risk averse, I’d buy 667 and makeget rid of the call based on howcompatibility risk averse you areentirely.
 
It typically doesn’t matter and moston late model DDR2 systems that are reasonably modern (2007-final DDR2 boards/systems) as these can downclock them reliablythe modules no problem, but some 2007-2008there is a subset of systems that are picky may demand 667MHzjust can’t do it and throw a POST error if even one thing is off. I have one of those in desktop form and I don’t think the 800MHz modules orwould work just based on what I know about how picky it is about single sided 667 modules (despite shipping that way). If the 800MHz RAM was cheaper I’d probably try, but it’s not cheap enough to justify when I can predict memory rejection. You will rejectknow if the system rejected them with a POST beep code.
It typically doesn’t matter and moston late model DDR2 systems that are reasonably modern (2007-final DDR2 boards/systems) as these can downclock them reliablythe modules no problem, but some 2007-2008there is a subset of systems that are picky may demand 667MHzjust can’t do it and throw a POST error if even one thing is off. I have one of those in desktop form and I don’t think the 800MHz modules orwould work just based on what I know about how picky it is about single sided 667 modules (despite shipping that way). If the 800MHz RAM was cheaper I’d probably try, but it’s not cheap enough to justify when I can predict memory rejection. You will rejectknow if the system rejected them with a POST beep code.

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Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding the notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
 
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactly sold in retail often anymore (if it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. If your processor is sensitive to fast memory (or the chipset has issues downclocking it), you may need 667MHz memory. The 800MHz memory is not guaranteed to work on a 667MHz limited system, so bear that in mind and make the call based on how risk averse you are.
 
It typically doesn’t matter and most systems that are reasonably modern (2007-final DDR2 boards/systems) can downclock them reliably, but some 2007-2008 systems that are picky may demand 667MHz modules or it will reject them with a POST beep codecode.
It typically doesn’t matter and most systems that are reasonably modern (2007-final DDR2 boards/systems) can downclock them reliably, but some 2007-2008 systems that are picky may demand 667MHz modules or it will reject them with a POST beep codecode.

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Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding the notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
 
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactly sold in retail often anymore (if it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. YouIf your processor is sensitive to fast memory (or the chipset has issues downclocking it), you may need 667MHz memory. The 800MHz memory if you haveis not guaranteed to work on a processor that’s sensitive about667MHz limited system, so bear that in mind and make the speed of the installed memory to avoid problemscall based on how risk averse you are.
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactly sold in retail often anymore (if it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. YouIf your processor is sensitive to fast memory (or the chipset has issues downclocking it), you may need 667MHz memory. The 800MHz memory if you haveis not guaranteed to work on a processor that’s sensitive about667MHz limited system, so bear that in mind and make the speed of the installed memory to avoid problemscall based on how risk averse you are.
 
It typically doesn’t matter 9 times out of 10 and downlocks the faster modules happilymost systems that are reasonably modern (2007-final DDR2 boards/systems) can downclock them reliably, but there are some 2007-2008 systems that are picky andmay demand 667MHz modules andor it will reject any attempt to usethem with a 800MHz module.POST beep code
It typically doesn’t matter 9 times out of 10 and downlocks the faster modules happilymost systems that are reasonably modern (2007-final DDR2 boards/systems) can downclock them reliably, but there are some 2007-2008 systems that are picky andmay demand 667MHz modules andor it will reject any attempt to usethem with a 800MHz module.POST beep code

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Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding a wholethe notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding a wholethe notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
 
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactly sold in retail often anymore (if it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. You may need 667MHz memory if you have a processor that’s sensitive about the speed of the installed memory to avoid problems.
 
It typically doesn’t matter 9 times out of 10 and downlocks the faster modules happily, but there are some 2007-2008 systems that are picky and demand 667MHz modules and will reject any attempt to use a 800MHz module.

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Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding a whole notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
 
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactly sold in retail often anymore (if it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. You may need 667MHz memory if you have a processor that’s sensitive about the speed of the installed memory to avoid problems.
 
It typically doesn’t matter 9 times out of 10 and downlocks the faster modules happily, but there are some 2007-2008 systems that are picky and demand 667MHz modules and will reject any attempt to use a 800MHz module.

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Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding a whole notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
 
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactly sold in retail often anymore (if it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. You may need 667MHz memory if you have a processor that’s sensitive about the speed of the installed memory to avoid problems.
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactly sold in retail often anymore (if it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are almost always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed. You may need 667MHz memory if you have a processor that’s sensitive about the speed of the installed memory to avoid problems.

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Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding a whole notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding a whole notebook, it can be done. Consider all of this before you buy anything for a laptop as old as this.
 
The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactly sold in retail often anymore (if it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed.

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Depending on if you have a modern operating system with support that will go on for a few years and if you’re okay with the cost of RAM exceeding a whole notebook, it can be done.

The guide to access the memory can be [guide|106441|found here] and the memory can be found from [https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/vostro-1310|Crucial] and most online retailers like Amazon. DDR2 isn’t exactly sold in retail often anymore (if it is, it costs way too much) so you’re better off buying the memory online. The 800MHz modules are always cheaper, but may downclock unless you have a 800MHz FSB processor installed.

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