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Windows XP-Ram Chip Installation

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I am endeavouring to get newly acquired Computer up and running, so no doubt there will be a few questions.

Pls advise procedure for adding ram chips to exhisting board.

System is running with 64 megs ram with 400 mghz X486.

I will be altering my profile. I would also like to know if there is a minum K Modem that is required for simple dial-up connection.

Thanks for all the past help.

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well waynf...as far as the ram is concerened go to www.crucial.com and put in your motherboard make and model...this will tell you what ram is compatible with your board and they will give y ou a good price for said RAM...as far as installing it...it's as simple as lining it up in the slot and pushing..

the only dialup modems youre gonna find are gonna be 56K so that's not a problem
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Take a look here : http://www.pcworld.c...024,pg,3,00.asp

It will give you a good idea of what you are working with.
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