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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by joe_joe133, Jan 14, 2003.

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  1. joe_joe133

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    Ok i have an old PC with a 233MHz Processor 32MB RAM what is the max RAM the motherboard is a TX Pro II
     
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    Yes but it does not mention the max RAM.
     
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    I dearly hate having to mess with PC Chips’ site. Never can find anything.

    I have never encountered a MB that will take SD RAM that is limited to less than 256Mb. Maybe someone can correct that thought.

    You won’t likely be wanting to put a Gig of RAM in that system. I should think it will take whatever you want to add.

    If you currently have two 16Mb SIMMs you will have to stick with SIMMs or dump them to add SDRAM. If you already have a 32Mb stick of SDRAM you can add a 128Mb stick and they will both work. Some older boards want the larger stick in the first slot, so move the current stick to the other slot and replace it with the larger stick if you already have SDRAM.
     
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    Ok i don't know RAM that well but i looked at the PC and it has two long sticks of 16 under it is 4 shorter RAM slots.
     
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