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will this RAM work?


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higby88

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It's a shot in the dark, but I need ram, I onnly have 256. I have an old Dell with I believe 128megs. the sticker reads... MT16LsdT1664AG-10Ec7 PC100-222-620 It was built in 1999, and although it doesn's say 128mb, I am pretty sure it is. It does say PCSDRAM on it though.

My ram in my comp is 256 333mhz ddr. I am guessing it won't work for a cheap hop up, but i figured I would ask...
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The ram that is in your older computer is PC-100 ram, which is very old and very different from the 256MB stick of PC2700 DDR ram in your current computer. They are incompatible with each other.

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