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Someone is looking for a DDR2 and I have a SNP J)203C/1G
DDR2 memory is referred to as DDR2 SDRAM. The memory module won't actually normally say DDR2 and is referenced by manufacturer part numbers and the particular physical features differing it from DDR and DDR3 memory. Your reference number appears to be incomplete to provide a specific answer to what type of memory you actually have other than perhaps referencing a 1 GB module. Enter your correct part number in a Google search for specific details.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Maybe 1GB is the maximum amount of memory that your system will hold. And maybe your system likes memory to be in pairs, so when you put the 1GB in by itself it didn't work, but when you put it in with a 512MB it works.
Posted on May 19, 2012
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