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Upgrade to maximum Ram memory/

To what maximum may I upgrade the Ram memory of the Ideq AMD Athelon(tm)XP2400+ computer. Thanks. Lev, Chicago.

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    John Viguers May 11, 2010

    Lev, we need to know the computer make and model number, or the motherboard make and model number...that will help us help you better.
    (AMD xp2400+ is the processor and in this case not much of an indicator)

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I think the max for this is 1.5 gig

Posted on May 11, 2009

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Hello, I am the technician that will be assisting you today. My name is Norman-Wynne Damstra. Welcome to Fixya, Judy Hartzell.

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Windows 64bit: maximum that it can make use of is Over 24GB of RAM.

Find your version including bit by checking your computer specifications. Right click on Computer/My Computer in the Start menu and click properties.
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You will want to install the fastest RAM modules possible in your computer system. DDR3 1333MHz will do fine, both modules should be the same frequency.

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