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Thread: Identifying Memory Modules

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    Unhappy Identifying Memory Modules

    I have a bad memory module. I am trying to find the manufacturer of the memory. Seeing if I can get a replacement. but I don't remember where I got it. I buy so much of it. It looks to me as if the markings on the sticker are ATA. Gold sticker that says memory with the ATA on it. If you have any websites that would be helpfull in locating the vendor it would be greatly appreciated.

    Craig

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    Jughead
    If you can find an FCC number on the memory go here and do a search for it. This (if Found) wull give full details of the manufacturer.

    http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid/
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    Ram

    Thank you for your help.

    Craig

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    Question Need Input!!

    What we need here is INPUT! You can buy memory from almost any manufacturer providing you know what type of memory your system takes. Tell us what model PC or motherboard you have and we can take it from there.

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    If you look on one of the small black chips on the memory stick, it should be printed on there in small gold or white lettering (depending on the quality of the memory manufacturer.

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    Jughead,

    I got the impression from your comment that you already have the info you need, is that true??
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