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I am trying to find the correct RAM for my Dell Pentium 2002 computer...Please advise
Look on the case to get the actual name of the computer - it would be something like "Dimension", or "Lattitude", or "Optiplex" and be followed by a number.
Then go to Kingston Memory and look up your computer based on that name & model. They will show you what is available for your machine.
You may find that you have to remove the existing memory you have before you can put in additional memory. Memory goes into "slots" on the motherboard. If a computer had 2 slots, and each had 256 K (total 512) you could not add any memory without removing the original RAM.
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Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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