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Can My AMD Accomodate More Memory?


I have a problem installing memory to my existing computer with 256MB of RAM. I'm trying to install 256Mb more of RAm to my system. I have a 750MZ AMD processor with Windows ME...I am wondering is this too much for my system and how do I install it?


This question was answered on December 7, 2002. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

In a case like this, the thing to do is become aquainted with the manual which shipped with your motherboard Hopefully, you still have it around If not, identify the board, first Use the FCC ID number if the board is so generic it cannot be identified, then find the manual online Do a Google search to find your board Most manufacturers include a picture of each board on their site.

Providing you have enough memory slots, and the right type of memory module, it shouldn't be a problem.

Use a flashlight to see deep inside your PC Be sure the largest modules, memory-wise, are inserted into the lowest numbered slots


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Posted by Robert of Mesa Community College on December 7, 2002