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Sometimes there is printing on the motherboard itself that will tell you the make or model.
If the board supports PC-133 (which it does according to you), the most it will probably handle is 1GB (generally boards of this era were limited to .5 - 1.5GB maximums, 1GB beig gthe most common limit)
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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