Electrically Induced Physical Damage (EIPD) on Industry-Standard DDR5 Modules
Micron is aware of an industry-wide Electrically Induced Physical Damage (EIPD) issue that may cause damage on industry-standard DDR5 modules.Read More
Why doesn't Windows® recognize all of my memory?
The maximum amount of memory that your system can use is limited in two ways. There is a maximum amount of memory that your computer motherboard can accept, there is also a maximum amount of memory that your operating system (OS) can accept.Read More
Upgrading a server or workstation? Read this first!
If you have never purchased or installed memory for a server or workstation, there are additional considerations above and beyond that of normal desktop and laptop computers to keep in mind.Read More
Why Does Crucial Recommend a Higher Maximum Ram Limit for My System Than the System Manufacturer?
At Crucial®, we ensure that the higher amount of RAM is rigorously tested and is backed by our compatibility guarantee.Read More
Why does crucial recommend a higher maximum RAM limit for my Apple® Mac® computer?
At Crucial, we ensure that the higher amount of RAM is rigorously tested and is backed by our compatibility guarantee.Read More
Four ways to solve ballistix M.O.D. utility issues
While rare, error messages encountered while using the Ballistix® M.O.D. Utility are usually fixed with one of a few different methods: Uninstall and reinstall, update your drivers, and update your BIOS.Read More
If my crucial upgrade is not listed on a manufacturer's QVL, is it compatible?
A Qualified Vendor List (QVL) is a list supplied by a system or motherboard manufacturer of parts tested and confirmed by that manufacturer to work in their hardware.Read More
Neither New Nor Old Memory Working after an Attempted Install
If your old memory is no longer functioning a likely cause is one of the following: Improper installation, power, loose internal cables, BIOS conflictRead More
How do I know what to order to upgrade my Mac® system?
If you aren't sure what Mac computer model you have or what kind of memory it takes, this profile will tell you what kind of memory and how much memory is in your system currently.Read More
How can I check how much RAM is installed in my Mac® computer?
Using our Crucial® Advisor™ tool or System Scanner tool is a great way to find out how much RAM memory is installed in your Mac computer as well as displaying your upgrade options.Read More
New Micron DDR4 Memory is Not Working in a Server or Workstation
Support for instances of Micron DDR4 server and workstation modules not working even though parts should be compatible according to system or motherboard specifications.Read More