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by Al Parmley / March 28, 2006 10:33 AM PST
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Your system manual SHOULD tell you generically
by VAPCMD / March 28, 2006 3:26 PM PST
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what kind of RAM and how much RAM your system takes. Sounds like you're maxed out now.

You can also go to (or or and enter your system make(mfg name), series and model number and they will tell you about your PC and exactly what modules they have available that are guaranteed to work with your PC.

Just be careful to note if your system features dual channel architecture...if yes, you get the best performance using memory in matched pairs. Again...looks OBE for you at this time.

Good Luck


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by quackagator / April 2, 2006 11:32 AM PDT
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Memeroy help
by quackagator / April 2, 2006 11:35 AM PDT
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