|vetteguy: It sounds like your memory module is one from an i-Opener. It is PC100 memory with 80ns chips. This memory works well with ePods that have 100ns memory, but usually doesn't work with ePods with 70ns memory. You need to find a 32MB, four chip, PC133, CL2 module to get the correct chips for your ePods. Needless to say, a module with these specs is very hard to find. When 32MB modules were plentiful, they were slower memory (PC66 and some PC100). Once the memory got faster (PC133+), the memory modules were usually larger (128MB and larger).|
I've recently purchased a DIMM that may have chips that will work on the 70ns ePods. The chip numbers are Hyundai GM72V661641ET7J. I have not been able to find specs for these chips yet to know for sure.
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