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Windows 7: upgrading 4GB RAM to 8GB RAM

02 Jan 2014   #11
NeilPaisnel

Many: XP, 7, Home & Pro, Slax, FreeNAS, OS-X 10.9 10.6.8
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Riruka View Post

thanks for the answer. but sending me a link to google is not really nice...
Sorry but best I could do quickly from a bloody small iPhone screen.
I would have thought that my attempt to help you was at least nicer than slagging my help off by saying it is not nice.

It may not have been perfect help, but at least it was an attempt at help.

Thought I had sent a link to one of the particular threads ..not the actual search results..

I thought I posted more than just a link...sorry if it did not help...but most people do not even bother to search first.
if you have done a search already, let people know what you have found out and what you have discovered, so they can give a more targeted answer.

Sorry it did not help


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02 Jan 2014   #12
OldMX

Microsoft Windows 10 Professional / Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Just make sure you using same timings, like 7/7/7/19 and same voltages, brands its ok to mix.
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