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2.If your motherboard supports DIMM memory, will RIMM memory stillwork on the board?
3.If your motherboard supports ECC SDRAM memory, can you substitutenon-ECC SDRAM memory? If your motherboard supports bufferedSDRAM memory, can you substitute unbuffered SDRAM modules?
4.You have just upgraded memory on a computer from 1 GB to 2 GB byadding one DIMM. When you first turn on the PC, the memory count showsonly 1 GB. Which of the following is most likely the source of the problem?What can you do to fix it?
5.Your motherboard supports dual channeling and you currently have twoslots used in Channel A on the board; each module holds 1 GB. You want toinstall an additional 1 GB of RAM. Will your system run faster if you installtwo 512 MB DIMMs or one 1 GB DIMM? Explain your answer.
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