If you do a scan with crucial it normally will not tell you what you actually need unless you purchase it and what make of memory,and if he is looking on e-bay he is looking for something a bit cheaper.Maybe I have got that wrong but that is what happened to me the last time that i tried it.
You go for the cheap ram and you ask for the full details. that includes all the code numbers on the ram so you can check the density.tell the seller it MUST be low density. you then would have to get the motherboard manual and see what density of chip it will take for the size ( Mb's ) of ram you want to put in the machine. It will also be worth going to the manufacturers website to see any updates on ram. Or you could post the details from the seller here and we could advise you.
Then you cross your fingers that it will work.
The second choice is you pay a bit more and get it from crucial and you know it will work or you will get your money back.
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