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Old 08-11-2011, 10:49 AM   #1
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I need to upgrade ram and I was wondering if I could get a pci card type device that will expande my ram. Thanks a lot for any answers!
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Old 08-11-2011, 10:57 AM   #2
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scan your system with this link,it will tell you what you can upgrade too,you can only expand your ram if it has avaible banks to do so,you cant upgrade with a pci card

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I have 256mb ram, windows xp service Pack 2 home edition 2002, Dell, pentium 4 CPU 1.7GHz 1.69 GHz. Is that all you need? Thanks for the help so far
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Dell Dimension 4400

Please see below for the Memory ( RAM ) upgrade options available for the Dell Dimension 4400.

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Your Unique Scan ID: 1030-0562-2164
We have detected that your Computer is a Dell Computer Corporation DIM4400, please see below for the memory options available. Your computer currently has the following memory configuration:
Total Memory Slots: 2
Spare Memory Slots: 1
Total Installed Memory: 256MB (1 x 256MB)
Slot 1: 256MB
Slot 2: Empty

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Memory Details for the Dell Dimension 4400
Standard Memory : 128MB (Removable)
Maximum Memory : 1.0GB
Total Memory Slots : 2
Memory Type : 184-Pin PC2100 (266MHz) DIMM
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