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  Reply # 478037 5-Jun-2011 17:28
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okkk you remember what it costed you?

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  Reply # 478595 7-Jun-2011 16:04
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pretty standard for a 2gig stick if I recall correctly, probably wasn't the dirt dirt cheapest but another ten bucks or so more




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  Reply # 480274 12-Jun-2011 11:24
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For the HP Mini 110-3627TU

These 2GB parts do work

Kingston KTH-X36S/2G

and

Crucial CT25664BC1339

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  Reply # 481390 15-Jun-2011 11:12
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I upgraded my HP Mini 110-3538TU to 2gb using:

Kingston KTL-TP3BS/2G

was $52 from elive.  Significant performance improvement compared to the default 1gb

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