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Installing memory i have an older dell and want to put the memory card from it in other dell desktop,but i dont know for sure where to find the memory to install,can i do this

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    andi n. May 11, 2010

    you are talking about ramm memory?

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It is slim type chips on card that is ram that is near by processor you remove the ram by pressing the locks on two sides after removing the ram install on other desktop on small place and same side which you remove from old if it fix it will work if not ram is not supporting the motherboard

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If you reffer to the possition on the board..well they are close to the proccesor.but be sure you have the same ddramm or sdramm for both of them...so...the same tipe of ramms..

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You can do this if both of your Desktops are using the same memory card or the memory card you need to replace from one to another desktop is supported by both the Desktop boards.
If you have not sure you can provide me the Model No for both the Desktops for more precise solution.

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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