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Memory card ddr2

I recently purchased a 2GB ddr2 memory card and previously ddr was installed, I was wanting to know if I could somehow get around using ddr2 instead of regular ddr

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If it's compatible with your motherboard: use it.
If it's not compatible with your motherboard: it won't work.

See the specs of the bobol or check at crucial.com.

Kees

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No

DDR, DDR2, and DDR3 all have a different number of pins and are physically different from one another. They are NOT compatible with one another. If you attempt to install this, it will likely damage the memory module, and your system's motherboard.

A few systems out there can use one or the other. So if your system came out around the time that DDR2 was being phased in, it's possible it could use DDR OR DDR2, but not both. You'd have to check your system's specifications to find out if it was such a system. Odds are it's not, they are pretty rare, and usually it's only really high end aftermarket parts that offer it.

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