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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 9931 24-Oct-2006 21:23
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Hiya all - I've got a very basic HP Compaq dx2000 Minitower with 256k RAM and what to upgrade to 512 or higher, how do I figure out what kind of RAM is compatiable (so I can go on TradeMe - LOL)? Thanks for any help you can offer, you've never let me down before :)

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  Reply # 49553 24-Oct-2006 21:36
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I normally use:

They've got both information online + automatic system checkers to detect your memory type.

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  Reply # 49554 24-Oct-2006 21:38
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Excellent, will check it out now :) - many thanks - jeez I love this forum!!


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  Reply # 49568 24-Oct-2006 22:20
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And I'm sure it loves you back. Its very affectionate at times... at other times... trollish

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  Reply # 49587 25-Oct-2006 08:56
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Hmmm it didn't seem to be able to recognise it... any other suggestions?

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  Reply # 49646 25-Oct-2006 14:06
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Cool - ok it says DDR2 (Type) Single (Channels) - does that make sense? Hey and many many thanks!! :)

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