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Can reg.(?)(if there is such a thing)SDram reside side by side with EEPROM sdram on same VX430 mother board- where there is 2 slots for sdram?
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Question by:Saulio
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by:alexo
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There is no such thing as EEPROM SDRAM.
EEPROM == Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory.
SDRAM == Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory.

Care to rephrase your question?

(Although you must think it is not important.  Otherwise you wouldn't have assigned only 5 points to it.)

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by:Saulio
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Wrong!  Evidently you never heard of EEPROM which stands for serial presence detect- see Tom's hardware site to learn more about it as I did. It didn't answer all the questions I had about it and that is why I am asking here. It is just a matter of knowing a definition and I do consider that a very easy question to assign it 5 pts.- I could have gone to "lounge" and easily given it 0 pts. as I am sure many people know this answer (except for my confusion over it of course)
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cemaylor earned 0 total points
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I am including the URL of the answer to what is EEPROM memory.  It is much smaller than the text, and seems to provide a very technical, in-depth analysis of EEPROM memory.

http://www.chips.ibm.com/products/memory/serpdapp/serpdapp.html
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by:Saulio
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While references to other sources are good to learn more and detailed info - It would have been better if you had answered the question- maybe you didn't know the answer or thought it wasn't worth the pts. assnd. I didn't need a tech or detailed report on it- I am not planning on going into the business of making them- just needed a little more basic info on what they are and compatibility issues.
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