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Adding memory how much memory can I add to the board?

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  1. Type: DDR400/ 333/ 266
  2. Max capacity: Up to 2GB by 2 DIMM slots

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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I don't want to add memory. is it possible to erase memory?


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You have a brother multifunction printer and you have instructions for adding memory.

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Adding memory


make sure the memory chip is compatible with the motherboard.
also, think about it...do you really need 2GB. (only good reason is vista)

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Adding more memory


Yes and no. Depends on the motherboard and the type of memory. On some boards you have to add memory in pairs, others you can add one stick, then there's parity, etc, etc. Check the memory that's on the board, check the manual to see how it recommends you upgrade memory. One wrong stick can turn your new CPU into a nice end table.

Let us know what you find out.

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