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hiya peeps, i got a given a puter. but its missin memory ram, just wonderin if u guys can help, its not the sorta memory i norm use its got 3 parts to it, heres a piccy

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go to www.crucial.com and enter the info for your motherboard..they will tell you what ram is compatable and they will offer to sell it to you at a very fair price
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thanx for that info, but i also do not know wat motherboard it is, theres no information on the motherboard to be able to tell what motherbaord it is.

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usually the motherboard make and model is written inbetwen the pci slots (i believe between slot's 2 and 3...but not sure)....if not...is this a custom machine? or a prebuilt job.
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ye its pre-built :-(, its not a good machine, but was free so why not lol, urm it says MS6178 VER:1.1

doesnt mean much to me, but ill have a go on that site, thats for help

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that's a microstar board (MSI) so on crucial it would be under msi then model number 6178
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http://www.crucial.c...-6178&submit=Go that should be the board..looks like it only supports up to 512 unbuffered pc100 sdram
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thanx guys most appreiciated

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