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Can you put PC100 memory into a Pavilion 4445? The specs for the Pavilion 4445 is  66 MHz syncronous.

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You'll be able to put some in, but it will definitely run only at 66MHz. Remember, the weakest (or slowest) link always will define your overall speed.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/genericDocument?lc=en&cc=us&docname=bph04828#N1001E
This document holds the specs for your PC, but as far as the RAM... can you tell the complete model number and make of the RAM? If you can, then make sure the settings for your memory in the CMOS comply with what you're putting in.
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It is pc 66. PC 100 may work but I doubt it.
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by:Gary Dewrell
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Yes. Take a look at this site for what memory can be ordered for HP PC's.

http://www.memorycity.com/hewlett_packard_memory.php
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