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Not sure what i can run to give someone an idea of what i have, so i guess that would be the first thing i need assistance with. Then, would like to know how much RAM i can add to my existing system. if anyone could please help me out with this, i would be greatful. Thanks.
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I think i posted this in the wrong forum. My apologies. I am reposting in system building and upgrading.
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If you go to www.crucial.com you can use their little program to find what you've got and they'll tell you what memory you need and how much you can handle.

Alternatively there is a program called SIW available for free which will also tell you.
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