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Memory upgrade for Dell Inspirion 4100 notebook

Im looking to upgrade to 1gb with (2) 512mb. Im uncertain the the right memory to purchase. Is this correct?
PC133 Low Density 512MB SDRAM 133MHZ 512 MB PC 133 RAM
or 512MB PC133 SDRAM 133MHZ UNIVERSAL SODIMM LOW DENSITY ? Or are they both the same? Help please! thanks. Barry
email me at : beliff@primeelectric.com

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Buy 1Gb -one ram, the rices for 512 and 1gb are more or less same now

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