My system is a P-3  with 3 128 MB slots filled with the capacity for up to 3 of the 256 MB sticks. Can 128 and 256 MB sticks be mixed ?

Thanks.
Posted on 2006-12-08 19:37:22 by skywalker
Yes - provided that they are of the same type.
You can mix sizes, but not types.
Posted on 2006-12-08 20:10:49 by Homer
Also give crucial.com a try for the memory. They could tell you the type you'll need for your system. I've used them for memory for my laptop and desktop, and I am pleased with them.
Rags
Posted on 2006-12-09 12:02:48 by rags
Thanks Homer and Rags for the info.

Mayble one of you gentlemen can recall an old assembly program that showed everything that IE and Netscape did while they were running.
It made a logfile.

Thanks.
Posted on 2006-12-10 20:29:52 by skywalker
Nope - I don't recall such an asm program.
That sounds like a job for a BHO (Browser Helper Object).
These are browser 'plugins' which can capture all browser 'events', and since they're COM beasties, they're typically not written in asm with the notable exception of BHO malware ( for some strange reason :P )
Of course you COULD write one in asm if you wanted to.. until recently, asmcoders have shunned COM (for various reasons), however this seems to be changing (mostly due to the various macros people have written to make COM in asm easier to implement).
Posted on 2006-12-10 23:53:25 by Homer