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I have a foxconn ls-36 mobo. w/ (1)256 mb pc100 mem. module. will this board accept (2)- 1 gbyte pc-100 sdram ecc modules or do I have to run non ecc modules. I am getting mixed answers from different people. Thanks, Terry Erickson

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  • Terry Herrera May 11, 2010

    include the whole moterboard number and i will be able to help

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I don't think it will run that non ecc module.

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