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Posted on 2007-11-19
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used crucial scan for memory chip reads:
1024 mb max
256 current
cpu genuine intel
cpu 1.70 ghz
cpu speed 170 mhz
this goes with my other question about adding more memory to my computer, the 256 mb pc2100 cl2.5 chip
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this goes with my first question on 256mb unb pc2100 cl2.5
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So, the 1024MB max means your motherboard will support up to 1GB of ram.  You can safely upgrade with two 512MB chips of DDR266 ram.  Go to your pc supply store, tell them you need two sticks of pc2100, 512MB, DDR266.  They should be able to get you what you need.  You can also take your current stick of ram with you in case they need any more information (although they shouldn't).

When installing your new ram, make sure the pc is unplugged (not just shut down).  Also make sure you ground yourself before handling the ram and installing it.
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