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::::Panasonic Toughbook CF-47::::

I was recently endowed with 2 practically brand new identical laptops... with exception that one had been dropped and that had some damage to the case and the screen is not good, I have one near mint and one that has good back up parts such as the main board, the hard drive, the cd rom, the battery et cetera...

I want to run my Windows XP pro on there, I actually have already installed it but this computer is from the factory a P III 500 mhz processor with only 64 mb of RAM... I have been using it for about 2 days now, and have had a message come up which says that my memory was too low and that it couldn't perform a certain task... (one such task was right clicking on my computer so that I could look at the hardware manager and it couldn't do it)

I am getting mixed answers through online searches about how much memory I can add... I want this thing to be the most it can be, so for those of you who really know a thing or two about this let me know... otherwise It's going to be a long road for me... I'm used to a much faster PC... one that I built... it has a P4 3.3 gig hyperthread/1.5gig Ram et cetera...

I look forward to your replies...

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(NT) (NT) Have you checked with ?
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R. Proffitt

I will.

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