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Upgrading memory need some advice


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We have a "bare bones" computer running in the corner that is hooked up to a sattelite feeding it weather radar. It was built for us by a local computer shop so I don't know how to look up the proper memory types through crucial or centon. I have the motherboard manual but all it tells me is that it can take either 2 SDRAM DIMMs or 2 DDR SDRAM DIMMs. I ran everest on it and it tells me that there is 1 128MB PC133 SDRAM chip in it. What I need to find out is how much can each socket take and is PC133 all it can handle. Who is the manufacturer so I can look it up, or if anyone here knows the answers that would be just as good.

The motherboard is: ECS K7VMM+
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Everest will tell you supported memory types and number of slots if you click + next to computer then DMI then memory controllers
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Thanks for the reply. I read the manual a little closer when I got home from work and found it.
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Thank you for letting me know
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