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Some have a link to a place where you enter the number on the memory chips and it tells you what it is. I need that link within the half hour or so.
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by:pulupul
ID: 11800098
I don't know that, but I know about a software that tells what memory you have installed. If that's what you need, here is the url:

http://www.lavalys.com/products/overview.php?pid=1&lang=en&pageid=1

In the worst case, if you don't find any web, you could put the memory chip in a PC and run this software.
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by:esmogen
ID: 11800106
it's older SDRAM memory
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by:esmogen
ID: 11800107
got nothing to run that stuff
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by:radarman01
ID: 11800135
This link requires registration, However it sould be helpful

http://www.icmaster.com/Login.asp
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by:esmogen
ID: 11800139
not that either, but thx for the fast replies
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by:Burbble
ID: 11800249
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=MODELNUMBER
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Worth a shot?

-Burbble
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by:esmogen
ID: 11800435
just want the link to it, too lazy to search, hence 500 points.
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by:woodendude
ID: 11800715
have a page or two in mind, give a # i'll try it before i post link.
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by:Tatsnice
ID: 11800957
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by:joey_the_ass
ID: 11801062
www.crucial.com
has a handy tool to find the correct memory for your computer.
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by:Burbble
ID: 11801081
>> just want the link to it, too lazy to search, hence 500 points.

I don't have the model number that you want to search for, otherwise I would do the search myself :-)

-Burbble
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by:waffleironhead
ID: 11802659
http://memorysearch.co.uk/memory/memory_finder.asp

best i can come up with is this, though it doesnt come in under your time frame...

waffle
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by:wjal
ID: 11802967
What numbers do you have?
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by:ravisimpi
ID: 11803658
Research Machines latest version allowing you to identify your DIMM's installed in your PC.

http://www.vml.co.uk/vis/vis_download.htm
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by:ravisimpi
ID: 11803705
I think there is no such website or software which will allow you to just input the number printed on memory and get the details.

    As there is no hard rule which is used by the manufacturer to number it.


This link will explain you everything

 http://arstechnica.com/paedia/r/ram_id-1.html
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by:esmogen
ID: 11810658
ravi, I been here quite a while and there is such a website, I've seen it about 3 windows reinstalls ago. The link exists.
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by:woodendude
ID: 11810721
Esmogen,
give me some numbers I'll do the research for you, but I need #'s
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by:Wojciech Duda
ID: 11810842
<You can find info for some manufacturers here:

http://www.idhw.com/textual/guide/noin_ram_chip.html
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by:esmogen
ID: 11810868
CrazyOne or dogzstar should have that stored.
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by:esmogen
ID: 11813385
keneso: I'll give u the points, and it's well deserved, given I'm a lazy f*. your link is ok it did the trick. But it's not the one I was looking for. When you come across it, let me know please. You'll KNOW when u get it, it's a precious.
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by:keneso
ID: 11818532
Thanks ;)

I'll keep *an* eye open ;)
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