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Memory Upgrade

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by JTM, Dec 22, 2001.

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  1. JTM

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    Hello, I have been low on system recources, so I thought to get some more memory. I found this good deal online: http://www.buybuddy.com/sleuth/8/1/11003/6956/100/ Would that be a good memory upgrade for a HP Pavilion 6630? According to the MSRP the sale price is real good, I mean real good!




    Oh, If you could go visit www.bunkerwarshq.com and tell me here what you think of it.
     
  2. brianF

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    wrong memory, thats a rdimm for a p4.

    try this one, for a pavilion 6630 from crucial, HERE

    If that's the wrong machine post back or go to www.crucial.com and use the configurator on the page to get the exact memory for your machine.
     
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    as long as your motherboard will support pc133 which I don't know for sure. Some do, some don't Your system uses pc100

    Also I beleive crucial's memory to be superior to pny
     
  6. JTM

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    It's all good, Buest Buy installs it for free, so they can mess it up :D
     
  7. brianF

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    Okay, do they give insurance on upgrades. Don't know how many people have posted about problems related to best buy installations

    My opinion
     
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