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By jam4him ·
I have a friend who has an Emachine 733I system,and wants to upgrade his RAM...does anyone have any info on ram type,pin type,maximum
memory recognized by the mobo,etc.?

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by Still_learning In reply to e-machine memory upgrade

I have found Crucial Technology the most helpful RAM upgrade site:

http://www.crucial.com/index.asp

Hope this helps.

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by dmiles In reply to e-machine memory upgrade

Rule of thumb is to reference the motherboard manual if available,for memory upgrade,check to see what type of memory is currently in machine and match it with upgrade of same type
Ref:
1)The ultimate memory upgrade-www.kingston.com
2)www.tomshardware.com
3)http://computers.cnet.com/hardware/

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by zgambel In reply to e-machine memory upgrade

I had a toshiba computer what i did was i looked in the computer manual and it tells you what ram it has like the pc-100 or 133 also it will tell you what amount it will hold as well..

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by True_Texan In reply to e-machine memory upgrade

You can find an answer to your question at www.emachines.com in the FAQs, but it appears to use PC-100 SDRAM. You can also look at www.e4me.com to see if they have additional info.

I have two emachines. They will accept PC-133 SDRAM. The maximum amount of memory I have been able to get my machines to recognize is 512MB, and you can't use 1 512MB SDRAM - you must use 2 - 256MB SDRAM modules instead.

Hope this helps!

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