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HP officially doesn’t support memory upgrades on the M401 series. It has the slot, but they do not sell the modules to do so. On top of this, the module is proprietary and isn’t based on a SODIMM or proprietary module derived from the SODIMM format. It’s very likely the M401n firmware has a bit that prevents more then 128MB of RAM.
HP officially doesn’t support memory upgrades on the M401 series. It has the slot, but they do not sell the modules to do so. On top of this, the module is proprietary and isn’t based on a SODIMM or proprietary module derived from the SODIMM format. It’s very likely the M401n firmware has a bit that prevents more then 128MB of RAM.
 
The slot is likely there for HP to add additional memory to the higher end models without multiple formatter boards. That said HP may have designed the board to take multiple capacities and abandoned the slot.

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HP officially doesn’t support memory upgrades on the M401 series. It has the slot, but they do not sell the modules to do so. On top of this, the module is proprietary and isn’t based on a SODIMM or proprietary module derived from the SODIMM format.

The slot is likely there for HP to add additional memory to the higher end models without multiple formatter boards. That said HP may have designed the board to take multiple capacities and abandoned the slot.

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