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paulcomputerman

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Hello guys!

Thank you for anything you help me with, anyway, to the problem. :whistling: :blink: :help:

I have a computer that the computer manufacturer says the maximum amount of memory is 1 GB. Can I exceed this? My computer temperatures are fine. I have 1024 MB of RAM in there now.

Can you please help me? :) :woot: :woot:

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digikiwi

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If the mobo manufacturer says 1GB is the max then you have reached it. You would need another motherboard that takes more RAM. You could aslo check by going to www.crucial.com and running their test to confirm things.
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