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Dell SmartStep 100D


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One of our computers in our office is a Dell SmartStep 100D that was purchased in 2002. Within the last year, it was upgraded from Win98SE to Win2000Pro. I would like to upgrade the RAM from 128MB to at least 256MB. My question is, do I have to purchase the memory from Dell or can I just go to CompUSA?

Thank you! <_<
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I also have another question - why can't I find out what processor this computer has? I checked the Device Manager and there isn't even a Processor category. When I do properties under My Computer, I don't see anything either.

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You can buy the memory from your favorite source, you don't need to buy it from Dell.

Use this utility to identify the hardware in your system:
http://www.geekstogo...=download&id=13

Or here: http://www.belarc.co...e_download.html
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As usual, I get a fast and knowledgeable response from you guys!

Thanks again! <_<
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