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Topic # 148624 25-Jun-2014 11:46
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I have a 320 GB hard disk and 2.5 GB of RAM I am happy to giveaway for FREE as I decommissioned my old laptop. Hard disk was given to me by a kind geekzoner and RAM is totally mine.

Please email me chaitanyamsv at gmail dot com if you want to grab them.

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  Reply # 1074108 25-Jun-2014 11:52
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That's very generous.  I don't need this gear, but perhaps advise the RAM specs (if you are unsure, perhaps advise the laptop model that the ram came from so people can do their own homework).




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  Reply # 1074114 25-Jun-2014 11:57
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The laptop model is Lenovo 3000 N100, quite ancient! It came with 512 MB RAM and I added the rest, 2GB. ( I will edit the original post to make the RAM 2.5 GB instead of 4 GB). 

I already removed them from the laptop and I don't know the specifics, unfortunately. I am hoping the gear should be good for general use.  

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1074267 25-Jun-2014 14:03
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Google says that model took DDR2-667.

Given that, I wouldn't mind the 2gb stick to upgrade one of the kids laptops.




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  Reply # 1074290 25-Jun-2014 14:27
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Sure thing. Please drop an email please with your whereabouts. Hopefully pick up works for you so none of us has to spend money for delivery.



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  Reply # 1074386 25-Jun-2014 16:25
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HD is gone. Only RAM is up for grabs.



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  Reply # 1074875 26-Jun-2014 10:51
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RAM is taken as well. 

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