Ok I have been in this situation several times and I never really know the best way to approach it. I am fixing a computer and the RAM is bad. I want to replace it so I pull out the RAM. Sometimes the RAM has a sticker sometimes not. In the cases where I can't tell for sure what RAM I need what should I do.
I have noticed that RAM comes in several types and I usually know if it is SDRAM or DDR RAM. What i don't understand is the speed within that seperation.
For example I know that I have DDR in my hand it has no sticker on it how would I know if it will work in my computer or not?
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