How do i upgrade my ram

  SLEEP 18:46 13 May 2004

Hi im a beginner at this. i have a old computer pen2 64mb ram i wont to upgrade to 128 or 256mb
i can only tell you that at the moment i have 4x16mb EDO. what do i look for to upgrade.

  sicknote 18:48 13 May 2004

Try here to see if your PC is here and they have memory available click here

  GANDALF <|:-)> 18:53 13 May 2004

click here and work your way through the site. If your manufacturer is not here you can download belarc adviser from click here and this will reveal all the info.


  TommyRed 18:56 13 May 2004

I normally use the Belarc Advisor to check which motherboard I have and its free, also tells you other stuff on your system click here HTH TR

  TommyRed 18:57 13 May 2004

Must learn to type faster. TR

  TommyRed 18:57 13 May 2004

Must learn to type faster. TR

  TommyRed 18:58 13 May 2004

And to stop clicking twice when the site is slow. TR

  SLEEP 19:39 13 May 2004

CPU Type Intel Pentium II, 300 MHz (4.5 x 67)
Motherboard Name Hewlett-Packard VL6/300
Motherboard Chipset Intel Natoma 82440FX
System Memory 64 MB (EDO)
BIOS Type Phoenix (10/14/97)
Communication Port Communications Port (COM1)
Communication Port Communications Port (COM2)
Communication Port Printer Port (LPT1)

what ram do i need to look for to speed up this pc

  TommyRed 20:18 13 May 2004

Go through to Crucial and check it's available, through GANDALF link. Based on the price post back what you can afford and what you're going to be doing on your PC that may affect how much RAM you'll need. ie editing graphics and gaming will be quite high but there may be a limit to how much you can install with that particular motherboard. HTH TR

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