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Cheerio

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might be a simple question but,

how do i check what kind of motherboard i have, and how much RAM the motherboard will allow it to hold?

thanks a lot!

- Cheerio
 
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If you are unsure of the make and model of the board or your manuals missing use Belarc or Everest system tool [both freeware] to provide this information so that you can look it up on the web
 

Cheerio

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still one more question guys, thanks.

how can i tell how much memory my motherboard is able to hold? im not sure wat to look at in the report.

thanks!

my motherboard :

Motherboard Properties:
Motherboard ID 03/13/2002-I810E-TUW-LA
Motherboard Name Asus TUW-LA
 

Cheerio

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thanks norton850.

anyone here fimiliar with this board, to recommend me buying 2 sticks of 256 RAM, or 1 stick of 512 RAM.

my mobo contains 2 avaliable sockets for RAM

Thanks!

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Buy two sticks of 256, if one goes bad you still have ram. It's old thinking but a good precaution that I still hold to.
 
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Brindle,

I think the Farm is wherever you get handed a nickel(bag) or a dime(bag) :eek:
 

Cheerio

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thanks for the suggestion! oh yeah, if one goes bad i still have one for backup lol.

thanks again!

seasons greating

- Cheerio
 
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