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Old 02-17-2006, 03:04 PM   #11
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Andy, make sure you get enough RAM. Most computers come with 512 but if you can, and if the laptop has enough space, spend the extra $$ and upgrade to 1024.
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Yeah the more RAM the better. 512 is the absolute minimum you want right now. You would be fine with just 512, but much happier with more!
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Thanks for the tips. I'll keep the info about the security systems and ram in mind. I've actually been getting along with 128mb but will appreciate more.
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