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I WANT TO INCREASE RAM ON MY COMPUTER

IHAVE RECENTLY BOUGHT A TULIP VISION LINE CL DESKTOP SECOND HAND WITH NO MANUALS. AT PRESENT I HAVE 256MB DDR RAM BUT COMPUTER RUNS SLOW SO I AM THINKING AN INCREASE IN MEMORY WILL IMPROVE IT. I DO NOT KNOW THE MAKE OF MOTHERBOARD ,HOW MUCH MEMORY IT WILL TAKE OR WHAT SPEED THE MEMORY SHOULD RUN AT. CPU IS AN INTEL 486 2400MHZ AND OPERATING SYSTEM IS XP PROFESSIONAL.ANY HELP IN SORTING THIS OR IDENTIFYING THE MOTHERBOARD WOULD BE APPRECIATED.
THAKS, JOHN

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SORRY BUT I INPUT AN INCORRECT MOTHERBOARD IN ERROR.THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

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