[rescue] PC100 RAM
adh at an.bradford.ma.us
Wed Jan 31 09:33:40 CST 2007
" From: "Geoffrey S. Mendelson" <gsm at mendelson.com>
" 256 meg DIMMs were pretty rare, especialy in PC100. PC133 was easier to
" find, but I understand that some computers that take PC100 can use it and
" some can not. There is also the problem that many motherboards
" can only address 128m per chip, so you need special 2x128m DIMMs.
that's it afaik. for pc100 compatibility you need 'low density' [eg.
128m chips or smaller] pc133 sticks. iirc 256m or 512m will show as
128 if they work at all.
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