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Memory compatability Is it possible to use ecc memory in this laptop if both sticks are the same size in mb and both are ecc? (example two pc133 512 mb ecc)

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  • tks1 Oct 18, 2008

    The sticks are MICRON 512MB sync PC133 133MHz SDRAM CL3 ECC.

    MICRON is the manufacturer.

  • tks1 Oct 27, 2008

    Thank you for reply,it will help in the future.I have since found non ECC memory.

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    A Womans Computer Man May 11, 2010

    possibly..big issue with memory is maker and speed of the memory..can you check that first?

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Good..and as long as they are type and speed compatible you will be fine. and thank you for rating this solution with fixya

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There is no issue, u can use it

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