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How To Get More Memory


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Kowskie

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I have a 41/2 year old Compaq Presario model 7000 with Windows ME. I only have
126 MB of RAM and find there are several things I would like to be able to do
that need more memory. I checked with Compaq and they no longer support this
model. I also checked some of the online sites that offer memory and couldn't
find my particular model. Is there any way to add memory to a 4 year old
computer and if there is does it make sense dollar-wise to do it. Or, is
4 years to old and I need to start shopping again.
Thanks for any help.
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try crucial.com. I looked around and you can prob find it here. I didn't know your series model but i look at Compaq Presario model 7000 Series Model 7000US and 256M cost a little over $70. whichever Presario ya have I'd expect it to be about the same. how much memory do you want?

Regardless upgrading mem prob cheaper than replacing system. if money is the issue. If cash not an issue, go for it and buy a new one!! Also used computers are pretty cheap at least at the right places. check out http://www.discountpc.net/default.asp.
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Thanks a lot. That is exactly what I needed to know!
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