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Motherboard memory chips gone bad

We have a vision laser engraving system. The memory chips in the mother board have died and the original manufacturer stopped making boards for this machine. Is there anyone that can replace these chips in this motherboard?

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It begs the question how you know the memory chips have failed - to you mean the RAM or do you mean something else.
If it is the RAM - these are plug in DDR 266 (PC2100) modules which can be purchased from any good PC retailer and installed yourself (ensure power is disconected for inserting) the board supports a maiximum of 2gb (2*1gb dimms).
if it is not the RAM, then what OS (Operation system) does you laser etching program run on - it may be easier to replace the motherboard with a different type (try to match chipsets yours is a VIA P4M266A see link for more motherboard details
http://pcchipsusa.com/prod-m925gv91b.asp

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