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Check my front door this morning and I received my 1.0 GB ram that I ordered on Wednesday!! Unfortunately, I do not have a Phillips screwdriver small enough to open the memory cover neye: I stopped off at Home Depot and no one knew what a 00 Phillips head was...very frustrating. Any advise? I will check other hardware store during lunch..hopefully someone will know what I am talking about!

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Check my front door this morning and I received my 1.0 GB ram that I ordered on Wednesday!! Unfortunately, I do not have a Phillips screwdriver small enough to open the memory cover neye: I stopped off at Home Depot and no one knew what a 00 Phillips head was...very frustrating. Any advise? I will check other hardware store during lunch..hopefully someone will know what I am talking about!
Radio Shack should have you covered.
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Radio Shack should have you covered.

Yea either that or any place that deals with electronics.

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How much RAM total now?
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congrats! how much did the ram cost?
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total wil be 1.5 GB with 100 MB HD

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you mean 100gb right, I hope so... :spook:

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whoops!! that is right 100 GB hard drive and now running with 1.5 GB DDR2 SDRAM

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