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ROYC75
12-11-2008, 01:18 PM
How hard is it to upgrade ? It's been done once, it's slow and running out of memory all the time. IIRC, he just pulled out the card and plugged them in, is this correct ?

I'm at 480 MB. Can I go up to 1 G ?

'Hamas' Jenkins
12-11-2008, 01:19 PM
List your computer make and model and I'll give you your max memory (and it's incredibly easy).

Taco John
12-11-2008, 01:23 PM
http://www.ehow.com/how_2046950_upgrade-computer-ram.html

ROYC75
12-11-2008, 01:26 PM
List your computer make and model and I'll give you your max memory (and it's incredibly easy).

AMD Athlon (tm) XP 2000
Athlon XP
1.65 GHZ 480MB Ram
AOpen ATX Motherboard Model # MK77M II(E)

XP 2002
Service pack 3

Taco John
12-11-2008, 01:39 PM
AMD Athlon (tm) XP 2000
Athlon XP
1.65 GHZ 480MB Ram
AOpen ATX Motherboard Model # MK77M II(E)

XP 2002
Service pack 3



The four banks of DDR RAM can be composed of an arbitrary mixture of 64, 128, 256, 512MB or 1GB DDR RAM and maximum up to 2GB. source: user manual (http://7c3b03ceffb33687c44bec40b26a558f.diplodocs.com/external_download2.php?id=4537&k=325cc436c7a7332d90a26174cd6108ab&doc_id=RSBEQGLPBB&pdf_ou_djvu=EFLGJTUKURNQSTQOUJPF&TS_JS=1229027649&RDM=490510&captcha=12315451&flv=QJTCM38315VFDCQDJAHVF11717ADDQIBQDUOX&host=safemanuals.com&login=diploNobody)


I'd go all the way to 2GB if I were you.

You're good to go. Use the link I posted previously and you shouldn't have any problem.

ROYC75
12-11-2008, 02:13 PM
The four banks of DDR RAM can be composed of an arbitrary mixture of 64, 128, 256, 512MB or 1GB DDR RAM and maximum up to 2GB. source: user manual (http://7c3b03ceffb33687c44bec40b26a558f.diplodocs.com/external_download2.php?id=4537&k=325cc436c7a7332d90a26174cd6108ab&doc_id=RSBEQGLPBB&pdf_ou_djvu=EFLGJTUKURNQSTQOUJPF&TS_JS=1229027649&RDM=490510&captcha=12315451&flv=QJTCM38315VFDCQDJAHVF11717ADDQIBQDUOX&host=safemanuals.com&login=diploNobody)


I'd go all the way to 2GB if I were you.

You're good to go. Use the link I posted previously and you shouldn't have any problem.


I think it only has 2 slots for the sticks, have to buy 2 1G sticks.

ROYC75
12-11-2008, 02:15 PM
2 of these ?

Generic 1GB 266MHz DDR
1GB PC2100 / 266MHz DDR - - (128x64) 184 Pin DIMM Memory - Lifetime Warranty

Taco John
12-11-2008, 03:11 PM
That should do the trick...