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|memory module HP82106A|
Message #1 Posted by iqbal on 18 Mar 1999, 5:35 a.m.
WHAT IS THIS ITEM. I HAVE ONE AND NO MANUAL. I ALSO HAVE A 41CX. CAN IT BE USED? I WROTE THIS QUESTION BEFORE, BUT THE MODULE NUMBER TALKED ABOOUT WAS DIFFERENT.
|Re: memory module HP82106A|
Message #2 Posted by Wayne Brown on 18 Mar 1999, 7:23 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by iqbal
No, that module would not work with your 41CX. It is intended for the 41C. Four of those modules bring the 41C up to the same amount of main memory that the CV and CX already have. The memory modules for the CX are the 82181A Extended Memory modules. (They aren't directly accessible, but can be used as an extra storage area. You have to copy programs and data back and forth between them and the main memory in the CX, much like the "RAM disks" in extended memory used by older personal computers such as the IBM PC-AT.)
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