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Old July 9th 03, 09:52 PM
Jen
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Default Presario 7000 ram slots not empty?

Ok, thanks for your help Tom.

"Tom Scales" wrote in message
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If they just look like thin boards without any chips on them, then yes.

Tom
"Jen" wrote in message ...
Hi. I have a presario 7000 (7113EA) with 128 Mb RAM (2 memorycards, each

64
Mb). I got 2 additional of these and figured I'd increase the memory to

256
Mb. However, when I tried it I found out that the two extra slots had

some
kind of cards in them too, not looking like memorycards at all. Could

these
be removed and replaced by the two 64 Mb memorycards I'we got?

Jen.







 




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