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Where do I warranty TA Memory?

Where do I warranty TA Memory?

The specs are: PC2100 DDR 512mb model#512UDTZM3

images of the actuall RAM is at:

I am sorry they are almost 1mb each, but I wanted to make sure you could all/any detail you may need (like info off the chips and stuff)

I have given up trying to find an official website...  On the gold halogram sticker it says "lifetime warranty" so it should be under warranty...  now i just gotta find where to send it!?!?!?!

?'s worth 125 points...  I've given up...
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If you have them installed in your system, download and run Everest and it will identify them for you: http://www.lavalys.com/products/download.php?pid=1&lang=en&pageid=3
It might cost you more to send it in and wait for it to get back than to just replace it.
skwashAuthor Commented:
Godxilla, unless I have to send overseas I would rather just RMA, since UPS is through corporate account anyway...

here is info from cpuz:

Memory type            DDR-SDRAM
Manufacturer (ID)       (0000000000000000)
Size                  512 MBytes
Max bandwidth            PC2100 (133 MHz)
Part number            
Serial number            FFFFFFFF
Manufacturing date      Week 255/Year 255

Number of banks            1
Data width            64 bits
Correction            None
Registered            no
Buffered            no

Timings table
Frequency (MHz)            100      133      
CAS#                  2.0      2.5      
RAS# to CAS# delay      2      3      
RAS# Precharge            2      3      
TRAS#                  5      6

Ive gotta reboot then will give everest info
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skwashAuthor Commented:
everest info:

Field      Value
Memory Module Properties      
Serial Number      None
Module Size      512 MB (1 rows, 4 banks)
Module Type      Unbuffered
Memory Type      DDR SDRAM
Memory Speed      PC2100 (133 MHz)
Module Width      64 bit
Module Voltage      SSTL 2.5
Error Detection Method      None
Refresh Rate      Reduced (7.8 us), Self-Refresh
Memory Timings      
@ 133 MHz      2.5-3-3-6  (CL-RCD-RP-RAS)
@ 100 MHz      2.0-2-2-5  (CL-RCD-RP-RAS)
Memory Module Features      
Early RAS# Precharge      Not Supported
Auto-Precharge      Not Supported
Precharge All      Not Supported
Write1/Read Burst      Not Supported
Buffered Address/Control Inputs      Not Supported
Registered Address/Control Inputs      Not Supported
On-Card PLL (Clock)      Not Supported
Buffered DQMB Inputs      Not Supported
Registered DQMB Inputs      Not Supported
Differential Clock Input      Supported
Redundant Row Address      Not Supported
I found some things, but I'm still looking for more:


"Wellwin will make Simmtronics a household name in Chennai. Ta memory which they sell is JUNK.... 45% Rejections in TA memory
- Rakesh "


Company: Wellwin Industry

General Manager: Sudhir S

Address: Wellwin Industry 1st floor, 'Arihant' VTN Square, 104, GN Chetty Road, T Nagar, Chennai

You don't have a Module Name as the first line in Everest?  Mine has that, and a serial number underneath it, then a manufacture date and Module size.
I'm guessing that the memory is so cheap that the makers didn't bother with the extra step of putting in a module name, no offense skwash.  
skwashAuthor Commented:
yeah I agree, its hopeless, ill split the points between Callandor and Tosh9ii
skwashAuthor Commented:
sry Callandor, it won't let me split them, so Tosh ended up getting them...  I think Tosh put a little more effort in though :P
There's a split button on the bottom, but it's ok, I have enough points, and tosh9iii was helpful.

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