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Posted 26 June 2017 - 06:23 PM
Posted 26 June 2017 - 09:34 PM
More specifically, a 4-megabyte 30-pin module with parity and 60-nanosecond response time. Four of these would bulk up a late-386/early-486 desktop PC from the year 1991 or 1992 to 16 MB of RAM. I once had a Packard Bell 486SX/25 system with 4 MB of RAM which would've accepted these modules. I miss that old computer. Good times.
Posted 27 June 2017 - 03:32 AM
As Dolly Parton sang "In the good old days, when times were bad !"
I had a 386 around about then - 40 Megabyte hard drive and, I am fairly sure, it was 16 KB of RAM. Just about the first thing I did was change the hard drive for a whopping 640 MB model, and that cost me about £UK 100 back then. Still, that 40MB HD held DOS 6.20, Win 3.11 and MS Office 6, with about half a meg left over for headroom and my work.
And now I have a desktop with 12GB of RAM and 2.5 TB of storage on the Windows side !
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