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ram capabilites in two computers

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ok im a cheap person when it comes to computers becuase i cant afford them so when i ask for computers my family doesnt want when they get new ones and improve on them. i jsut got a tower from my mother and it had a busted hard drive but a dvd player and a cd brner which mine didnt have. my power spply also doesnt have enough plugs for both drives and my hard drives so i just took my hard drives out of my computer and put it into the one she gave me. however this computer for some odd reason that i cant explain wont work if it has more than 64 mb of ram. i have enough parts for my other computer to work so i was wondering if i cold pt the two compters together somehow and link the ram capabilities. any information will be of use becase i might be able to come up with a solution from the info you give me.

Edited by trinityboi, 14 January 2007 - 03:49 PM.

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Only way you can combine the RAM is to fit it all in the same machine, assuming they are all the correct type to be installed in one PC.
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