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Upgrading RAM help


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Sinoito

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I have a Dell Dimension 8300 with 256 MB. I would like to upgrade to 512 MB. How would I do this?
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http://www.crucial.c...eries&submit=Go <---this site has a good listing of compatable and well priced ram for your computer..

after you buy ram that is compatable with your machine, it's pretty much as easy as opening the case and putting it in the slot.
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Thanks for your help. :tazz:
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Is it ok if I mix different brands of RAM? Will the existing RAM work with the RAM on www.crucial.com
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Howdy:

If you buy the recommended ram from Crucial, it is guaranteed to work or your money back!!

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