quote The SlayerThanks, though that's what I had found through googling for this specific computer. I'm only getting ram right now for it as it doesn't have any ram at all since the stick that was in it before no longer works.I'm not even sure it would be worth it to upgrade the ram in a 10 year old computer...
But from googleing, it looks like the max the motherboard will support is 1gb total, or two 512mb sticks. You could just get one 512mb stick and add it and keep the 128mb stick and have 640mb total.
Some motherboards can support a lot of ram (some modern ones can support 64gb or even 128gb and up for servers). Even most DDR based motherboards can hold 1gb sticks, not sure why yours doesnt. My guess would be its age or it was somehow cheaper for them to do it that way.
Why are you wanting to upgrade the ram?
The ram listed on this page should all work in that computer.
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