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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by gene2k, Oct 20, 2003.

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  1. gene2k

    gene2k Thread Starter

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    I'm trying to get more memory for my HP Pavillion 6340. I've had it for 6 years now and I think it is time for an upgrade. Some tips and suggestions would be helpful because I'm not trying to buy a whole new computer.
     
  2. suesman

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    How much memory do you have now? Because Crucial's online search tool shows that you can only have up to 256megs.
     
  3. GwizJoe

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    This is what I found for your HP:

    http://www.crucial.com/store/listpa...D=5032657&PID=1204723&CPE=IL6609&CP=AdvSearch

    However...,start saving your money for a newer unit.This older stuff is not going to be around much longer and is already getting higher priced (and harder to find) than more current technology.I recently paid $11 (w/free shipping) for 2 sticks of 64meg pc100 RAM,and bought 4 just to have it available.These pc66 sticks (from link above) cost almost 4 times that...
    Basically,you would be putting excessive money into a unit not really worth it.
    Just my opinion...
     
  4. gene2k

    gene2k Thread Starter

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    I have only 48 right now.
     
  5. gene2k

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    I think that's what I might do I might just start saving up money and buy a new computer. They are getting much cheaper now.
     
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