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more memory in old Win95 PC

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I have a 233mhz 4GB HD and 32mb Ram but the Aptiva manual says it can take 64 MB . My primary goal is to be able to read an instructional CD it which it seems to load up fine to a point then tells me there is insufficient Ram.
On the new memory I have seen listed for 168 pin that I have but are higher...say 256mb but operate on 133mhz so it seems like it would work but I would like to know for sure ...and do I just need one? remove the old one or old ones? I haven't looked inside there yet. Or any suggestions to get an old memory up a bit at least to 64MB . It says the cache is 64MB max...unless this newer memory improves more than that I don't know. but I suspect doubling to 64MB would be an improvement! Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated!
Thank you.
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You should look at crucial.com


There are a number of options for checking what is available and they will answer any pre-sales enquiries
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