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Greetings: I have inherited many sticks of Sun memory. It appears to be brand new and is in sticks of four. My question is, short of putting the memory into an open bank on a sandbox, how can I determine its capacity and what type of class I can stick it into to, looking at it doesnt tell me much. Tks!...

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    Default Question on how to identify memory ..

    Greetings:

    I have inherited many sticks of Sun memory. It appears to be brand
    new and is in sticks of four. My question is, short of putting the
    memory into an open bank on a sandbox, how can I determine its capacity
    and what type of class I can stick it into to, looking at it doesnt
    tell me much.

    Tks!

    soleblazer Guest

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    Default Re: Question on how to identify memory ..

    On Fri, 19 Sep 2003 20:11:29 -0700, Elias wrote:
     
    >
    > You can search the system handbook
    > (http://sunsolve.sun.com/handbook_pub/) for this information.
    >
    > For example let's say you had some memory with a little white sticker
    > on it that had numbers starting with "501-3136". This would lead you
    > to the page for U60's and 220R's
    > (http://sunsolve.sun.com/handbook_pub/Devices/Memory/MEM_Ultra_60.html)
    >
    > The basic idea is to just search for the 501-x part of the number.
    > If you include more digits it won't work.
    >
    > Elias[/ref]
    Ah man, thanks so much...no I feel dumb, oh well...thanks again.
    soleblazer Guest

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    Default Re: Question on how to identify memory ..

    soleblazer wrote: 

    You can search the system handbook
    (http://sunsolve.sun.com/handbook_pub/) for this information.

    For example let's say you had some memory with a little white sticker
    on it that had numbers starting with "501-3136". This would lead you
    to the page for U60's and 220R's
    (http://sunsolve.sun.com/handbook_pub/Devices/Memory/MEM_Ultra_60.html)

    The basic idea is to just search for the 501-x part of the number.
    If you include more digits it won't work.

    Elias

    Elias Guest

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