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I have replaced the original 512 MB of RAM and I'm trying to get rid of the RAM that came with my machine. The one problem is that I have no idea what the exact specs of the RAM that I pulled from the machine are.

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2 GHz Intel Core Dueo
Purchased on 6/29/2006
Originally came with 512 MB of RAM

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DDR2 PC2-5300 200-pin SODIMM.

For future reference, there's an easy way to determine this. Simply look up your model on Crucial.com, it will specify the module type as one of the recommended modules.
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2 - 200 pin PC2-5300 (667mhz) DDR2 SO-DIMM


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DDR2 PC2-5300 200-pin SODIMM.

For future reference, there's an easy way to determine this. Simply look up your model on Crucial.com, it will specify the module type as one of the recommended modules.
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