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I have gone back to school and money is tight. My computer is a emachine and is really short on memory (250 RAM) the software I need for school requires at least 550 RAM. My question is, could I take the the memory out of an emachine that I no longer use and insert it into my present computer rather than buying a new memory componet?
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without model numbers or the type of ram involved there is no way for us to tell...
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