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Memory stick this is the system I have and need to know what memory stick I should purchase... Motherboard Model: SiS-630e CPU: VIA Samuel 650Mhz Installed Memory: 3 slots: 128 MB, 128 MB, empty

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Hello there.

If you goto this webpage you can run the 'scan my system' icon which will let you know which is the best suited memory for your system.

Crucial memory comes with a lifetime guarantee!


Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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