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Looks like there is more one version of the 145 Plus, and one takes DDR2 and another takes DDR3. Try downloading CPU-Z from CPUID to determine what memory you already have in the system. http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
13 Nov 2013 by C. Millins
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Hi Phil. Going by spec I think that it could be suitable for your Mini 9, but I would advice you to check out the Crucial website as J. M. suggests. Alternatively, have you tried typing in, on Amazons site....."2GB Memory RAM for Dell Inspiron Mini 9" where you will see a few RAMS advertised for your model, one of which is sold by Arch Memory (USA) for £23.95. Hope you get sorted, I continue to be really pleased with the improvement that my RAM has made to my PC.
11 Jun 2014 by LandlubberDave
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In theory - yes. Mr Memory website shows the Imac (circa 2007) to take PC2-5300 667Mhz, but often you can put in a faster rated chip with no problems. Check what memory you have as you can only install a maximum of 4GB according to the specifications.
9 Jan 2014 by P. Roberts
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I do not know but I suggest that you go to the Crucial website and use their online scanner which will scan your computer and identify the appropiate memory to buy. That is the safest and surest way to get the right type. Amazon sells Crucial memory at a slightly cheaper price than Crucial.
23 Jan 2014 by J. M. Reid
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In a word, yes. In future, you only need to look at the RAM type (DDR, DDR2 or DDR3). This will give you the correct RAM for your laptop. Sometimes your laptop will have a size limit (For example, 2GB), but it is usually not a problem. You can check the internet to see the size limit for you laptop. In this case, your laptop has a size limit for 2GB. So this is the best memory for your laptop. Hope you are happy.
6 Dec 2013 by Daniel Bearman
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have no idea, will be better if you go to kingston memory and check if it's compatible with your machine
9 Oct 2014 by A. Mezu
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No, you have to find a 1GB (this is the maximum that your PC can handle) Sodim 200, PC2700, 333MHZ memory. Check the type here http://www.mrmemory.co.uk/memory-ram-upgrades/packard-bell/easynote/b3312
18 Sep 2014 by Costas
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Is this 200 pin? 10 Sep 2014
Yes it's 200 pin
10 Sep 2014 by S. Barallat
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I installed it on a Samsung NC 10. Do you have the model number of your laptop maybe i can check with the specs given on the web?
8 Sep 2014 by Albert Zammit
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Darren, it would appear there are quite a lot of versions of that laptop. Might I suggest you go to the Crucial UK website http://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en and put in the model numbers and that should give you the exact SODIMM you require.
6 Sep 2014 by johnbuk
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