...model number...Then visit Crucial.com and do a search for the RAM type using the motherboard information.
You can also use the free Belarc Advisor program to identify the amount of installed RAM and which slots are used.
In addition, did you check your other thread for the response there? Here's that link:
Hope this helps.
With more than 20 custom built computers under the office desks and all hardware infos on custom built computers were disappeared. If I want to increase more RAMs on these computers. How can I find out what kind of RAM that is running in these custom built computers with out opening the box. (each computer)
I mean SDRAM PC100/PC130 or DDR SDRAM PC2700/PC3200
These computers are running Windows XP pro, 256 RAM,
Thanks in advance,