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Notnefmail

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I am looking to buy 2 gig of memory for my pc, can somebody advise me as to what type of memory I would require as I know there are 2 differing types. Many thanks, here is a paste from my dxdiag tool:

Processor: Intel Celeron 2.93G
446MB Ram

if you need additional infor please just tell me what I need to do and I will provide it.
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Howdy:

If you go to www.crucial.com and search your system, they will tell you exactly what you can use.

Also, if you buy from them, it is guaranteed to work or you get a total refund.

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many thanks man, this can be closed now
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Not a problem. Glad we could help.

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Edited by mystery_man_, 07 August 2008 - 12:35 PM.

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Howdy:

Always a better choice to start your own thread rather than hijack someone else's.

They do not add up, 1000mHz remains 1000mHz whether you have 1 stick of ram or 4.

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