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I have a stick of viking RAM but I am unsure how much RAM it actually is. It is a viking 9881681 I believe. Can someone help me out in trying how much it is please. I tried the net with no luck. Thanks for any help.
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You might start here.

http://www.vikingcom...ure/details.asp

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thanks..I couldn't really find anything on there.
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Try using MSinfo32. Go to Start then go to Run. In the Run input field type in MSinfo32 and press enter. Total Physical Memory will tell you how much RAM you have. The only issue you may run into is if you have an on board video adapter. It will share your main computer RAM. You could look in the BIOS and see how much RAM is reported there.

You could also use Belarc, Everest 1.51, or SIW
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