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Trying to find what kind of memory stick i need for my computer

I have an older hitachi pc the model # on the computer case is pcx7dl9dk618p, the type is pcx 310dl9 but i cant find any info on it

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  • imaguy197420 Nov 19, 2008

    just want to know what memory stick i can add to this old comp to make it a little better

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Rather than trying to dig up info on an old system, go to http://www.crucial.com/

Run their System Scanner Tool. When you click the button, the next page will prompt you to download the scanner tool.

Click the box to agree to "legal stuff". When the small download window opens, click on "Run".

It only takes about 5 to 10 seconds.

Yes, it's safe.

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