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Ecc or non-ecc

Hello, I want to upgrade my memory and I'm presently using 1 stick: Azemram DDR 2.5, 256 mb PC-2100 266mhz I'd like to buy 2 stick of 512mb DDR 184 Pin DIMMs. But i don't know if I should use a ECC or Non ECC and i don't read anything about it in my mainboard user's guide P4VMM2). Will it make any difference? Could you Help? Thanks in advance, christian

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  • christian nadeau Dec 29, 2006

    thanks for your collaboration,
    I'll try to locate these caracters...
    Although, in the user's guide it says that the motherboard is using a socket mPGA478...
    I don't know if it help ?

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What specific variant motherboard do you have? Your motherboard should be stamped with a P4VMM2 followed by several characters such as: (8.1), V1.x, V3.1, V3.x, V5.x or V7.3.

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