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Upgrade ram i used 512mb ram (ddr) and my mother board model is d101ggc then i can also add 1 gb ram of ddr1(or)ddr2 is this suitable

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Hiya

this board is ddr so you will need ddr400 or pc3200 and a maximum capacity of 2gb so be carefull with 1 gb sticks as sometimes this causes system crashes

hope this helps

Regard Rik

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

  • Richard Ray Feb 26, 2009

    hiya

    this board is ddr so you will need ddr400 or pc3200 and a maximum capacity of 2gb so be carefull with 1 gb sticks as sometimes this causes system crashes

    hope this helps

    Regard Rik

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