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How can I convert 1 GB Ram into Mother Board 810 E?

I have mother board 810 E and cpu 800 MHz, ram 256 MHz, I want to convert Ram into 1 GB from 256 Mhz what can i do ? i have not like to change mother Board, in this mother board i will increase ram please good guidence as per knowledge.
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    EVen i hv a similar Question 


    Can i convert my 256 mb DDR ram to 1gb .. by changing physical parts of the ram (SIMMS , IC's etc ) .. 


    my pc can hv max. of 2 GB ram


    can anyone help me in this ....... ??????????????


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YAS IS GOOD YOU CAN UPGRADE YOUR MEMMORY TI 1GB ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS GET THE EXACT TYPE OF WHAT YOUR MOTERBOARD IS USING eg IF YOUR MOTHERBOARD IS USING DD RAM GET 1GB DD RAM IF IT SD RAM YOUR BOARD USES THEN GET SD RAM. IT GONNA BE FINE WHEN YOU UPGRADE IT WILL PARFECT YOUR PC PERFORMANCE.

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