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i need help...any body could help me...my dads pc is old and he want's to make it faster...so i suggested to buy a new RAM so that it would be faster..but the pc is an old model it has a ddr1 ram..I tried to find some ddr1 in stores but they said its for pc400?what does that mean?mine is pc 2100..they also said that read the motherboard manual...i dont know where's the manual...pls...somebody ,anybody help me..thank u
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go to www.crucial.com and either enter the computer specifications or run their detection tool...it will tell you exactly what will fit in the computer...you can either buy your ram from crucial (they're pretty good on pricing) or use the info they give you to find the right ram elsewhere
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