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Hi all,

Can anyone tell me what memory the HP DesignJet 500 plus takes. HP In their usual fashion have no stock and the client is really batteling to print with Out of Memory Errors so i want to go get a generic brand until the hp stuff arrives?

Sean
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128MB HP DesignJet 500/Business InkJet PC100 SDRAM SODIMM (p/n C2388A)

You can go up to 160MB with an expasnion card. You have 30 MB onboard already ( non-removable )

You can get it cheap here:

http://www.memoryx.net/c2388a.html

Hope that helps
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is that standard PC100 sdram?
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I wouldn't refer to memory as standard much these days. PC100 SDRAM comes in several flavors and pin configurations such as 168 and 144, SODIMM , microDIMM etc, etc.
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Thankyou!
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