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Adrian Anansi

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I recently purchased a Roland Juno-G Workstation. It only comes with 4 megabytes of on board memory, however you can get that expanded to 512 MB. I don't know anything about memory chips. What specifically do I need to look for in purchasing the expansion?
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Hi Adrian & welcome to Geeks2Go

This equipment is outside our range of supported topics. I suggest you join the forum on the official Roland website where they also have a knowledge base of common questions: http://www.rolandus....px?ObjectId=756

I only know it uses 'DIMM' memory but you'll need to know more than that to obtain the correct module.
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