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You need to find out what motherboard you have. After you find that out, you can look at the specifications for the motherboard and find out exaclty what you can put in it.
Since you have given us no specs on your unit, you can go to the following sites and use the online checkers.
You do not have to buy from them. This will tell you what you have and what the computer will accept.
We do recommend using the same type and not mixing.
If you buy through the internet, I prefer Tiger direct or Newegg.
This is correct.
It looks like I can increase my RAM from the current 512 MB to 2 GB via buying two 1 GB sticks.
Each memory slot can hold DDR PC2700,DDR PC3200 with a maximum of 1GB per slot.*
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