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maingon

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Alright guys I need some help. I am going to be doing a internship in CA this summer, but I dont have a laptop. We are renting a room in a house so I will have a desk. So I thought I would bring my old Dell to use to work on stuff at night. heres the specs

This is from Dell so it might not make sense

Processor,80547,PDSD,830 SKT-T,Male (P4, 830, 3.0Ghz, 800FSB, 2MB,)
Card,Graphic,256,7800,GTX UHMGA13 (NVidia Geforce 7800 GTX PCI-E 16X, 256, With Dual DVI and TV Out)
DELL 160GB SATA150 7200RPM HDD
Windows Xp,Media Center,

F6761 - 512MB, DDR2, 533M, 64X64, 8, 240, 1RX8 Memory Module (Theres 4 of these so I have 2Gigs of ram




Anyone know if I can upgrade the ram to 4 Gigs or anything? if so what kind of RAM do I get?
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mpascal

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If you're looking to upgrade RAM, I suggest you run the Crucial Online Memory Scanner and check what your system will support for RAM. You don't have to buy anything there, the scan is completely free.
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Thanks will try that
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