Question about Computers & Internet
In order to answer your question, I would need to know the exact manufacture and model of your computer.
Every computer is made with similar parts, but made by different manufacturers and at different points of technological availability. This means that variables such as the company that made the motherboard for your computer, the type of processor you have, and the year it was made, can all can limit the types of memory your unit is designed to use.
Almost all computer vendors register their model's specifications which are indexed by various sites that can be used to quickly identify replacement or upgrade parts for your machine.
I recommend www.crucial.com or www.goldenram.com to use to search for the correct RAM for your system.
If you would like to post us what other information you can (such as model type or make) we would be happy to help more.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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