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    Default Apple ][e RAM test

    Hi,

    I've got a RAM module in my ][e, but im not sure what size it is. There is a picture of mine here

    I think its 128k, but not sure. How can I test this. If I need a piece of software, I have ADT Pro setup on it, so I can transfer a DSK image across.

    Thanks for your help...

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    Well, if those are 2 banks of 64K x 1 chips, then chances are good that it's a 128K board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Druid6900 View Post
    Well, if those are 2 banks of 64K x 1 chips, then chances are good that it's a 128K board.
    After googleing the part numbers on the RAM chips, I can confirm that the total amount of RAM is 128k.

    Is there anyway to test the RAM. Ive got a couple of these boards spare, and im planning on putting them on eBay.

    Thanks for your help!

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    Press Ctrl-Open Apple-Closed Apple-Reset to run the in-ROM diagnostics.

    I'm not SURE it tested the cards, but, pulling a RAM from the card and running it will let you know quickly enough.
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