Help with detecting my motherboard...

  Seraphim 04:00 08 Apr 06
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Hi,

My motherboard is ancient and I want to get some more RAM on it. Problem is, I don't what motherboard it is! The only I know about it is this:

W6318M7 V1.9

How do I detect what my motherboard is so I know how much and what kind of RAM it can take?

  terryf 05:14 08 Apr 06

Why don't you google 'motherboard W6318M7', you will get lots of results, I don't understand why posters don't use google to find info, then do a forum search then post.

  AndySD 06:24 08 Apr 06

click here Belarc should tell you. Then go to click here crucial and use the wizard to find the correct RAM

  john-232317 06:56 08 Apr 06

Not everyone understands search engines, also if he types that into search, he ends up at his own thread ;-) Most people rely on nice people like you for help and advice ;-). Keep up the good work.

  terryf 14:48 08 Apr 06

I typed it in myself and did not get back to this thread, a slection of results click here motherboards.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=52279&highlight=&sid=c5b3666f544eaabc0314bece55d7729d click here click here... - 28k - Supplemental Result

  Legolas 18:51 08 Apr 06

click here

Is this your motherboard if so at the top of chapter two Headed Memory Installation it will tell you which memory you need

  Legolas 18:53 08 Apr 06

Sorry I should have said this is a pdf file and you will need adobe acrobat to view it

  Seraphim 07:30 12 Apr 06

Thank you one and all. I've discovered that my motherboard is an ancient MSI MS-6318. Using that knowledge I've managed to upgrade my RAM from 384 to 768Mb. It's much quicker now.

Cheers everyone.

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