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Looking for software that will tell me what type of memory is inside my computer. I want to find out what is compatible with my computer so I can increase its memory. Any help is appreciated.
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Everest is a good one.

Download it from here.
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You could also go to http://www.crucial.com/ and click the Scan My System button. This will tell you what you have and how much can be added plus show compatible memory.
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thanks
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No problem :whistling:
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I used both everest and crucial.com. 1 said i have 2 sticks of 256 MB kingston ddr2 -533. Crucial says I have ddr pc2-5100. How do i know what is compatible with mine, please?
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You have DDR2 PC2 -5100.

So you would buy DDR2 RAM with the same speed or a little higher. It would still work the same.
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by saying speed, do you mean 5100, please?
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Yes.
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thank you.
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Your welcome :whistling:
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