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What kind of memory does a Cisco 1841 router take ?

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I want to upgrade the memory on a Cisco 1841 memory by adding 128MB - i'm not going to use Cisco memory because of the huge cost, does anyone know what kind of memory this router takes ? I will probably get it from Crucial, but the 1841 isn't listed on their memory finder.

I know it is SDRAM, 128MB , one stick, but does anyone know what speed it should be ? Do most Cisco routers take the same kind of SDRAM ?

Thanks.
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