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Trying to upgrade packard bell pc 133 edo ram which have 128 mb to a 512mb, a new pc i bought in 2001, atb this precise moment i cannot find this memory in local shops because of age, do you know where i can find memory for it or any other solutions thanks

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Hello,

Use this link it should help you.
http://www.pricewatch.com/system_memory/edo_512mb.htm

NOTE: Just make sure that EDO is the type of memory that you need. You can also find other types of RAM there.

Thanks

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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