Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Tuesday 22 January 2008 05:49:47 pm Braun Brelin wrote:
>>>>I.e. if I go in to a PC store like Power City
>>or IT Direct, can I just buy "standard" 1 GB modules off the shelf or will
>>I have to crack open the case and look at the
>>RAM and motherboard I've got?
>>> There is a big difference between Power City and IT Direct.
> I'd expect IT Direct to give you sensible advice
> and perhaps test memory in your computer if you take it in.
> I wouldn't expect Power City to know much about RAM -
> do they even sell it, as a matter of interest?
Don't think so, not in the Coolmine branch anyhow. But they do sell
cookers and vacuum cleaners.
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