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# 18695 20-Jan-2008 10:01
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Hey guys, with a recent event that cause my frankenstein SBS2003R2 crippled to random restart and BSOD. The fault part was identified and subsequently removed from the system.

My SBS@home is now running on 512MB which works well. After its reinstallation, it is pretty trimmed and running okay despite lesser memory.

SO... which has brought me to seek a replacement for the loss of 1GB for this system. If you have a spare or unused 1GB DDR 266/333/400 SODIMM, and at reasonable price tag, I'd be interested to get hold of it. If the price is right, I'll take two too.

My budget for is up to $120 each (new), $80 each (used).




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  # 108940 6-Feb-2008 17:27
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Hi.

Dunno if your stil after ram but u could checkout tastech.co.nz i got 2x 1gb so-dimms for my laptop for $50 a pop. that was ddr2 tho.



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thanks for the info for DDR2 SO-DIMM but i'm after DDR SO-DIMM.




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  # 109009 7-Feb-2008 09:00
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chiefie: thanks for the info for DDR2 SO-DIMM but i'm after DDR SO-DIMM.


Around $125 from ascent.co.nz

Or check pricespy.co.nz for competitors prices.

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