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Can I replace unbuffered memory with ECC PC266


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I do not know why you would want to since in a home computer it's really not needed.

http://www.realworld...RWT061300000000

It would have been nice if you had tried to explain why you think you need the ECC memory.

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Because Its free, i already have it and my computer sorely needs an increase in memory!
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If the computer does not boot after installing the ECC memory it will be that the motherboard does not support the memory. Most will boot with it but there are a few that will not. There is no software upgrade or drivers to make that happen if the puter won't boot.

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