dazedandconfused

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Hi to all I was wondering if there is a easy way to figure out what kind of
ram I have on my computer. I am running windows Xp Home Edition with service
pack 2. I want to put more ram in right now its at 240 but I want more. I
tried using the Belar



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Any of the big RAM manufacturers have RAM selectors on their web sites that
make choosing the right RAM easy. For example, try Crucial
(www.crucial.com).

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"dazedandconfused" <dazedandconfused@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
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> Hi to all I was wondering if there is a easy way to figure out what kind
of
> ram I have on my computer. I am running windows Xp Home Edition with
service
> pack 2. I want to put more ram in right now its at 240 but I want more.
I
> tried using the Belar
>
>
>
> --
> Dazed&Confused
 
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"dazedandconfused" <dazedandconfused@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:C5D04A3E-E815-4821-8D7B-1749B47A2302@microsoft.com...
> Hi to all I was wondering if there is a easy way to figure out what kind
> of
> ram I have on my computer. I am running windows Xp Home Edition with
> service
> pack 2. I want to put more ram in right now its at 240 but I want more.
> I
> tried using the Belar
>
>
>
> --
> Dazed&Confused

Use the configuration utility @ www.crucial.com .

Enter your make and model and it will return how much and in what
configuration of what type of memory your computer will accept.

(not a bad place to buy too)

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"dazedandconfused" <dazedandconfused@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:C5D04A3E-E815-4821-8D7B-1749B47A2302@microsoft.com...
> Hi to all I was wondering if there is a easy way to figure out what kind
> of
> ram I have on my computer. I am running windows Xp Home Edition with
> service
> pack 2. I want to put more ram in right now its at 240 but I want more.
> I
> tried using the Belar
>
>
>
> --
> Dazed&Confused
What does the manual for the computer say about the type of RAM?
Jim