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Acer Acermate 486G Annexe 1
Acer Acermate 486G
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|revmoo||3:43am on Friday, April 30th, 2010|
|As good as any. In the vast world of memory storage chips this is as good as any. Found this item on Amazon and the price was fair for a 4GB chip.|
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DRAM Product Guide
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Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs AcerNote 350E, 350P AcerNote 370c, 370cx (Europe) AcerNote 760i, 760ic, 760icx, 780i AcerNote 763, 765, 782, 784, 786, 787, 788, 789 AcerNote 900c AcerNote 950c, 950cx (Europe)
Install in matching pair.
AcerNote 970cx, 970pcx (Europe) AcerNote Light 350, 352, 355 AcerNote Light 350p, 350pc, 350pcx AcerNote Light 356, 358, 359, 361, 363 AcerNote Light 510A, 510P (Europe) AcerNote Light 810A, 810P (Europe) AcerNote Light 1000A, 1000P (Europe) AcerNote Light 1300A (Europe) AcerNote Light Multimedia 372, 373, 374 AcerNote Light Multimedia 370C, 370CC AcerNote Light Multimedia 370CDX, 370DX AcerNote Light Multimedia 370xc, 370X AcerNote Light Multimedia 382, 383, 384 AcerNote Nuovo 971, 972 AcerNote Nuovo 970DX, 970MMX AcerNote Pro 950, 954, 955, 957, 959 Extensa 365 Series Model 366D, 367D, 367T Extensa 391, 391C, 391T Extensa 392, 392C, 392T Extensa 393, 393C, 393T, 394T, 395T Extensa 500 Series Model 501DX, 502DX, 502T, 503T Extensa 670CD, 670CDT Extensa 671CDT Extensa 700 Series Model 710DX, 710T, 710TE Model 711TE, 712TE Extensa ESS2, ESS3
Also know as Extensa Scholar Series.
4MB 8MB 16MB 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 4MB 8MB 16MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 4MB 8MB 16MB 8MB EDO kit 16MB EDO kit 32MB EDO kit 8MB EDO kit 16MB EDO kit 32MB EDO kit 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM
MDM045F-16 MDM085F-16 MDM165F-44 MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDM045F-16 MDM085F-16 MDM165F-44 MDM045F-16 MDM085F-16 MDM165F-44 MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDM045F-16 MDM085F-16 MDM165F-44 MDM045E-14K2 MDM085E-16K2 MDM165E-44K2 MDM045E-14K2 MDM085E-16K2 MDM165E-44K2 MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDM045F-16K2 MDM085F-16K2 MDM165F-44K2 MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-88 MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-88 MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX
91.45310.008, 91.46210.004 91.45310.009, 91.46210.005 91.45310.010, 91.46210.006 91.46910.001 91.46910.002 91.46910.003 91.45310.008, 91.46210.004 91.45310.009, 91.46210.005 91.45310.010, 91.46210.006 91.45310.008, 91.46210.004 91.45310.009, 91.46210.005 91.45310.010, 91.46210.006 91.46910.001 91.46910.002 91.46910.003 91.45310.008, 91.46210.004 91.45310.009, 91.46210.005 91.45310.010, 91.46210.006 91.45010.010 91.45010.011 91.45010.012 91.45010.010 91.45010.011 91.45010.012 91.46910.001 91.46910.002 91.46910.003 91.46910.001 91.46910.002 91.46910.003 91.46010.007 91.46010.008 91.46010.009 91.46910.001, 981134-001 91.46910.002, 981134-002 91.46910.003, 981134-003 981134-004 91.46910.001, 981134-001 91.46910.002, 981134-002 91.46910.003, 981134-003 981134-004 91.42A23.001 91.42A23.002 91.42A23.003 91.46910.001 91.46910.002 91.46910.003 91.42A23.001 91.42A23.002 91.42A23.003 n/a 91.46910.001 91.46910.002 91.46910.003 91.42A23.001 91.42A23.002 91.42A23.003 91.42A23.002 91.42A23.003 n/a 91.42A23.002 91.42A23.003 n/a 91.42A23.002 91.42A23.003 n/a 91.42A23.001 91.42A23.002 91.42A23.003 91.42A23.001 91.42A23.002 91.42A23.003
Aspire 2451, 2461
Aspire 2550, 2551, 2553 Aspire 2650, 2651, 2653, 2655, 2657, 2662 Aspire 2663, 2710, 2711, 2720, 2721
Aspire 2731, 2733, 2741, 2751, 2761, 2771
Aspire 2850, 2853, 2860, 2861 Aspire 2920, 2921
4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 4MB EDO 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 4MB EDO 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 4MB EDO 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 4MB EDO 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO
MSM045F-14 MSM085F-14 MSM165F-44 MSM325F-44 MSM045E-14 MSM085E-14 MSM165E-44 MSM325E-44 MSM045F-14 MSM085F-14 MSM165F-44 MSM325F-44 MSM045E-14 MSM085E-14 MSM165E-44 MSM325E-44 MDV323S-28 MDV643S-88 MDVA83S-88 MSM045F-14 MSM085F-14 MSM165F-44 MSM325F-44 MSM045E-14 MSM085E-14 MSM165E-44 MSM325E-44 MSM045E-14 MSM085E-14 MSM165E-44 MSM325E-44
91.00029.907 91.11010.907 91.11010.903 72.00832.038 n/a n/a n/a n/a 91.00029.907 91.11010.907 91.11010.903 72.00832.038 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 91.00029.907 91.11010.907 91.11010.903 72.00832.038 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Aspire 3120, 3133, 3166 (Asia) Aspire 3000D P100-200 (Asia) Aspire 3000E/T P100-200 (Asia) Aspire 3000T P100-200 (Asia)
Aspire 5166LR, 5166SR Aspire 5200LR, 5200SR Aspire 5201LR, 5201SR
Aspire 6057, 6058, 6063
32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM
MDV323S-28 MDV643S-88 MDVA83S-88
n/a n/a n/a
Servers AcerAltos AcerAltos AcerAltos 330S 4300
Do not mix 256MB option with other lower capactiy options.
AcerAltos 700 Model 486DX/33, 486DX2/66, 486DX4/100 Model P60, P90
AcerAltos 800 Model 486DX2/66, 486DX4/100 Model P75, P90, P100
AcerAltos 920 AcerAltos 930 AcerAltos 1100 AcerAltos 1100E AcerAltos 7000 486DX/33 AcerAltos 7000 486DX2/66 AcerAltos 7000 486DX4/100 AcerAltos 7000 P60, P66, P90, P100
64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 512MB SDRAM ECC 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 256MB EDO ECC 256MB EDO ECC kit 512MB EDO ECC kit 1GB EDO ECC kit 4MB 16MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 4MB 16MB 4MB 8MB 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC
MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MJP323E-44 MJP643E-88 MJPA83E-88 MYP323S-28 MYP643S-88 MYPA83S-88 MPRA83S-64 MPRB63S-64KX MPRA83S-64 MPRB63S-64KX MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MPRA83S-64 MPRB63S-64KX TBA MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MDC323E-44 MDC643E-88 MDCA83E-64 MDCB63E-64 ALT21K-256 ALT21K-512 ALT21K-1GB MSM045F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MDV323S-28 MDV643S-88 MDVA83S-88 MPC323S-28 MPC643S-88KX MPCA83S-88KX MYP323S-28 MYP643S-88 MYPA83S-88 MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPEB63S-68
501615-005 501615-006 501615-010 501615-011 501615-012 501615-013 501159-003 501159-004 501159-005 501615-010 501615-011 501615-012 501615-013 501615-005 501615-006 503312-001 503313-001 501159-003 501159-004 501159-005 503456-002 503456-003 503456-004 503662-006 503662-001 503456-002 503456-003 503456-004
Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs 6323, 6326
This model is also known as ASUS P6000 or P6300 series
16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM
MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX
n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs Globalyst 130 Globalyst 250 486DX4/75 Globalyst 250 486DX4/100 Globalyst 250P Safari 3181 486DX2/50 NCR Safari 3180 486SL/33 4MB 8MB 16MB 4MB DRAM card 8MB DRAM card 16MB DRAM card 32MB DRAM card 4MB DRAM card 8MB DRAM card 16MB DRAM card 4MB DRAM card 8MB DRAM card MDM045F-16 MDM085F-16 MDM165F-44 DTN-004M3 DTN-008M3 DTN-016M3 DTN-032M3 DTN-004M3 DTN-008M3 DTN-016M3 DTN-004M3 DTN-008M3 3140-K104 3140-K108 3140-K116 3180-K104 3180-K108 3181-K116 n/a 3180-K104 3180-K108 3181-K116 3180-K104 3180-K108
Desktop, Mini-Tower, and Tower PCs 4MB 8MB 16MB Install in matching pair. 32MB Globalyst 510 486SX/33, 486SX2/50, 486DX2/50, 486DX2/66, 486DX4/100 Globalyst 515 486SX/33, 486SX2/50, 486DX2/66, 486DX4/100 Globalyst 520 486DX2/50, 486DX2/66, 486DX4/100 Globalyst 525 486SX/33, 486SX2/50 4MB Globalyst 525 486DX2/50, 486DX2/66, 486DX4/100 8MB Globalyst 530 486DX2/50, 486DX2/66, 486DX4/100 16MB 8MB and 32MB can only be installed in bank 3 for 510 and 515. 32MB Globalyst 550 486SX/33, 486SX2/50 Globalyst 550 486DX2/66, 486DX4/100 4MB Globalyst 575 486SX/33, 486SX2/50 8MB Globalyst 575 486DX2/66, 486DX4/100 16MB Globalyst 580 P60 8MB kit Globalyst 590 P60, P66 16MB kit Globalyst 600 P90 32MB kit Globalyst 620 P75, P90, P100 64MB kit Globalyst 630 P-75, P-90, P-100 4MB 8MB 16MB Install in matching pair. 32MB Globalyst 720 P75, P100, P133 8MB kit Globalyst 730 P75, P100, P133 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit NCR System 3333 4MB 16MB NCR System 3350 486SX/25 8MB kit NCR System 3350 486SX/33 16MB kit NCR System 3350 486DX2/66 32MB kit 64MB kit Globalyst 360 P75 TPC, 363 P75 TPC Globalyst 363 P90 TPC, 363 P100 TPC MSM045F-14 MSM085F-14 MSM165F-44 MSM325F-44 K122-0000 K123-0000 K124-0000 n/a
64MB SDRAM MPC643S-88KX 128MB SDRAM MPCA83S-88KX 64MB SDRAM MPC643S-88KX 128MB SDRAM MPCA83S-88KX 256MB SDRAM kit MPCA83S-88KX (x2) 64MB SDRAM ECC MPE643S-88KX 128MB SDRAM ECC MPEA83S-88KX 256MB SDRAM ECC kitMPEA83S-88KX (x2) 64MB SDRAM MPC643S-88KX 128MB SDRAM MPCA83S-88KX 256MB SDRAM kit MPCA83S-88KX (x2) 64MB SDRAM ECC MPE643S-88KX 128MB SDRAM ECC MPEA83S-88KX 256MB SDRAM ECC kitMPEA83S-88KX (x2) 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM MPC643S-88KX MPCA83S-88KX
Prosignia Desktop 330 PIII 450 Prosignia Desktop 330 PIII 500 Prosignia Desktop 330 PIII 550, 550E Prosignia Desktop 330 PIII 600, 600E Prosignia Desktop 330 PIII 650 Prosignia Desktop 330 PIII 700 Prosignia Desktop 330 PIII 750 Prosignia Desktop 340 Celeron-466 Prosignia Desktop 340 Celeron-533 Prosignia Desktop 340 PIII 550E Prosignia Desktop 340 PIII 600EB
Servers and Workstations Deskpro Workstation AP240 PIII 700 (160548-002; 160549-002) Deskpro Workstation AP240 PIII 600EB (157352-002; 157353-004) PIII 733 (157352-003; 157353-002/3)
Come with 711MHz RDRAM. Do not mix memory speeds.
Professional Workstation 5000 6/200
Professional Workstation 5100 Model 6266 Professional Workstation 5100 Model 6300 Professional Workstation 5100 Model 6333
Professional Workstation 6000 Model 6266 Professional Workstation 6000 Model 6300 Professional Workstation 6000 Model 6333 Professional Workstation 8000 Model 6200
64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM 128MB RDRAM ECC 128MB RDRAM ECC 256MB RDRAM ECC 256MB RDRAM ECC 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 256MB EDO ECC 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 256MB EDO ECC 16MB SDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC
MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPEB63S-64KX MRLA845-887 MRLA845-888 TBA TBA MJP163E-28 MJP323E-44 MJP643E-88 MJPA83E-88 MDC163E-28 MDC323E-28 MDC643E-44 MDCA83E-88 MDCB63E-64 MDC163E-28 MDC323E-28 MDC643E-44 MDCA83E-88 MDCB63E-64 MPE163S-28 MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPEB63S-68
154047-B21 154048-B21 154049-B21 157337-B21 157338-B21 157340-B21 157341-B21 225481-001 225482-001 225483-001 225484-001 270172-B21 271907-001 271908-001 271909-001 271910-001 270172-B21 271907-001 271908-001 271909-001 271910-001 166615-B21 166616-B21 166617-B21 166618-B21 102307-B21
Professional Workstation AP200 PII 350 (352600-001) PII 400 (352600-002/3/7) PII 450 (352600-004/5/6) PIII 500 (388016-001 to 004) PIII 550 (126349-001 to 007) PIII 600 (126349-008/9; 171912-001) Professional Workstation AP400 PII 350 (317700-001 to 002) PII 400 (317700-004 to 007) PII 450 (317750-002 to 006) PIII 500 (388015-001 to 008) PIII 550 (126968-001 to 005) PIII 600 (152836-001 to 004) PIII 700 (161733-001/3/4) Professional Workstation AP500 PII 400 (338500-001) PII 450 (338500-002 to 005) PIII 500 (338018-001 to 005) PIII 550 (126967-006) Professional Workstation AP550 PIII 733 (101510-001; 101510-006)
64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 64MB RDRAM ECC 64MB RDRAM ECC 128MB RDRAM ECC 128MB RDRAM ECC 256MB RDRAM ECC 256MB RDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 512MB SDRAM ECC 64MB RDRAM ECC 128MB RDRAM ECC 256MB RDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC
MPR643S-88 MPRA83S-64 MPRB63S-64KX MPR643S-88 MPRA83S-64 MPRB63S-64KX MRL6445-886 MRL6445-888 MRLA845-886 MRLA845-888 TBA TBA MPR643S-88 MPRA83S-64 MPRB63S-64KX TBA MRL6445-888 MRLA845-888 TBA MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX
317737-B21 317738-B21 317739-B21 317737-B21 317738-B21 317739-B21 157333-B21 157335-B21 157336-B21 157338-B21 157339-B21 157341-B21 317737-B21 317738-B21 317739-B21 317740-B21 157335-B21 157338-B21 157341-B21 401702-B21 401703-B21 401704-B21
Come with 600MHz RDRAM. Do not mix memory speeds.
Professional Workstation SP700 PII-Xeon 400 (320200-001) PII-Xeon 450 (320200-006/7) PIII-Xeon 500 (388011-001 to 003) PIII-Xeon 550 (388011-006/9) Professional Workstation SP750 PIII-Xeon 733 (388010-002; 388010-006) PIII-Xeon 800 (164498-005 + graphics option) ProLiant 400 6/350 ProLiant 400 6/400
ProLiant 400 6/450 ProLiant 400 6/500 ProLiant 400 6/550 ProLiant 400 6/600 ProLiant 800 6/180 ProLiant 800 6/200 Proliant 800 6/350 Proliant 800 6/350e Proliant 800 6/400 Proliant 800 6/450 Proliant 800 6/500 Proliant 800 6/550 Proliant 800 6/600 ProLiant 850R 6/200
32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 512MB SDRAM ECC 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 8MB 16MB 32MB 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 128MB kit 32MB EDO ECC kit 64MB EDO ECC kit 128MB EDO ECC kit 256MB EDO ECC kit 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 256MB EDO ECC 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 32MB EDO ECC kit 64MB EDO ECC kit 128MB EDO ECC kit 256MB EDO ECC kit 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 512MB SDRAM ECC 32MB EDO ECC kit 64MB EDO ECC kit 128MB EDO ECC kit 256MB EDO ECC kit 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 512MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 512MB SDRAM ECC 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 128MB kit 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 256MB EDO ECC
311-0272, 311-0489 311-0455, 311-0487 311-0492 311-0674, 311-0677 311-0675, 311-0678 311-0676, 311-0679 311-0674, 311-0677 311-0675, 311-0678 311-0676, 311-0679 311-0001, 310-3058 311-0002, 310-3059 311-0003, 310-3060 311-0004, 310-3061 311-0194 311-0195 311-0333 311-0335 311-0001, 310-3058 311-0002, 310-3059 311-0003, 310-3060 311-0004, 310-3061 311-0420, 0514, 0557, 0677 311-0515, 0558, 0678, 2533 311-0516, 0559, 0679, 2533 311-2540 n/a 311-0452, 0512, 0512 311-0453, 0519, 0628, 0681 311-0715, 0716, 0717 311-0420, 0514, 0557, 0677 311-0515, 0558, 0678, 2533 311-0516, 0559, 0679, 2533 311-2540 n/a 311-0452, 0512, 0512 311-0453, 0519, 0628, 0681 311-0715, 0716, 0717 311-0276 n/a 311-0279 n/a 311-0105 n/a n/a 311-0001, 310-3058 311-0002, 310-3059 311-0003, 310-3060 311-0004, 310-3061 n/a 311-0105 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 311-0276 n/a 311-0279 n/a 311-0415 311-0418 n/a 311-0416 311-0419 310-2647 310-3374 310-3375 310-3368 310-3325 310-3327 310-3335 310-3336 310-3337 n/a 310-2507 310-2625
OptiPlex N 5166MMX, 5200MMX, 5233MMX
OptiPlex NX PII 233, 266, 300, 333 OptiPlex NX1 PII 266, 333, 350, 400
OptiPlex XL 575, 590, 5100, 5120, 5133 OptiPlex XM 575, 590, 5100, 5120, 5133 OptiPlex XMT 575, 590, 5100, 5120, 5133 Performance 425s/L, 433/L, 433s/L, 450/L, 466/L Performance 425s/M, 433/M, 433s/M, 450/M, 466/M Performance 433/T, 450/T, 466/T Performance 425s/ME, 433/ME, 433s/ME Performance 450/ME, 466/ME Power Desktop 486D/16, 20, 25, 33, 50, 66
Severs and Workstations 4000/XE 486/33 4000/XE 486/50 4000/XE 486/66 PowerEdge 1300 PII 350 PowerEdge 1300 PII 400, 450
PowerEdge 2100 6/180, 6/200 PowerEdge 2200 6/233, 6/266, 6/300, 6/333
Populate slot-A with the highest capacity module.
PowerEdge 2300 PII 350 PowerEdge 2300 PII 400 PowerEdge 2300 PII 450
PowerEdge 2300 PIII 450 PowerEdge 2300 PIII 500
PowerEdge 4100 6/180, 6/200 PowerEdge 4200 6/233, 6/266, 6/300, 6/333
PowerEdge 4300 PII 350 PowerEdge 4300 PII 400, 450
PowerEdge 4300 PIII 450 PowerEdge 4300 PIII 500
PowerEdge 4350 PII 350 PowerEdge 4350 PII 400, 450
PowerEdge 4350 PIII 450 PowerEdge 4350 PIII 500
PowerEdge 6100 6/200 server
Install in kit of four.
PowerEdge 6300 PII-Xeon 400 PowerEdge 6300 PII-Xeon 450 PowerEdge 6350 PII-Xeon 400 PowerEdge EL 575, 590, 5100, 5120, 5133 PowerEdge SP 433, 450, 466, 560, 566, 590, 5100 PowerEdge SP2 575, 590, 5100, 5133 PowerEdge XE 433, 433s, 450, 466
PowerEdge XE 560, 566, 590, 5100 PowerEdge XE2 5100, 5133 PowerLine Servers 420SE, 425SE, 433SE PowerLine Servers 450SE, 450SE/2, 466SE PowerLine Workstations 420DE, 425DE, 433DE PowerLine Workstations 450DE, 450DE/2, 466DE Precision Workstation 210 PII 350 Precision Workstation 210 PII 400 Precision Workstation 210 PII 450 Precision Workstation 210 PIII 450 Precision Workstation 210 PIII 500, 550 Precision Workstation 210 PIII 600 Precision Workstation 410 PII 350 Precision Workstation 410 PII 400 Precision Workstation 410 PII 450
Precision Workstation 410 PIII 450 Precision Workstation 410 PIII 500, 550 Precision Workstation 410 PIII 600
Precision Workstation 610 PII-Xeon 400 Precision Workstation 610 PII-Xeon 450
Do not mix 256MB or 512MB options with other lower capactiy options.
Precision Workstation 610 PIII-Xeon 500 Precision Workstation 610 PIII-Xeon 550
8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 256MB EDO ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 256MB EDO ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 16MB 32MB 128MB EDO ECC kit 256MB EDO ECC kit 512MB EDO ECC kit 1GB EDO ECC kit 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 512MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 512MB SDRAM ECC
MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM165F-44PK2 MSM325F-44PK2 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MDC163E-28 MDC323E-44 MDC643E-88 MDCA83E-88 MDCB63E-64 MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MDC163E-28 MDC323E-44 MDC643E-88 MDCA83E-88 MDCB63E-64 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P DELL-0474 DELL-0475 DELL-0476 DELL-0478 MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM165F-44PK2 MSM325F-44PK2 MSM045F-14 MSM085F-14 MSM165F-44 MSM325F-44 MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM165F-44PK2 MSM325F-44PK2 MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM165F-44PK2 MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM165F-44PK2 MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX TBA MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX TBA
Desktop, Mini-Tower, and Tower PCs Celebris 466, 4100 Celebris 560, Celebris 590, CelebrisFP 590 Celebris Alpha XL 233, 266 Celebris FX 5133, 5166, 5200, 5200 MMX
Celebris FX-2 5166, 5166M, 5200M
Celebris GL 590
8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 4MB EDO 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 16MB EDO kit 32MB EDO kit 64MB EDO kit 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit 8MB kit 16MB kit 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 4MB 16MB 4MB 16MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 8MB kit 16MB kit 32MB kit 64MB kit
MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM165F-44PK2 MSM325F-44PK2 MSM045E-14 MSM085E-14 MSM165E-44 MSM325E-44 MDV163S-28 MDV323S-28 MDV643S-88 MDVA83S-88 MSM045F-14 MSM085F-14 MSM165F-44 MSM325F-44 MSM085E-14K2 MSM165E-44K2 MSM325E-44K2 MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM165F-44PK2 MSM325F-44PK2 MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM165F-44PK2 MSM045F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MSM045F-14PK2 MSM085F-14PK2 MSM165F-44PK2 MSM325F-44PK2
FR-PC77M-AA FR-PC77M-AB FR-PC77M-AC FR-PC77M-AD FR-PCCAM-BE FR-PCCAM-BF FR-PCCAM-BG FR-PCCAM-BH FR-PCCAM-EB FR-PCCAM-EC FR-PCCAM-ED FR-PCCAM-EE FR-PCVAM-AA FR-PCVAM-AB FR-PCVAM-AC FR-PCVAM-AD FR-PCCAM-BA FR-PCCAM-BB FR-PCCAM-BC FR-PC77M-AA FR-PC77M-AB FR-PC77M-AC FR-PC77M-AD FR-PC77M-AA FR-PC77M-AB FR-PC77M-AA FR-PC77M-AB FR-PC77M-AC FR-PC74M-AA FR-PC74M-AB FR-PC74M-AA FR-PC74M-AB FR-PC74M-AA n/a FR-PC74M-AB n/a FR-PC77M-AA FR-PC77M-AB FR-PC77M-AC FR-PC77M-AD
Celebris GL 5100, 5120, 5133, 5150, 5166 Celebris GL 6180, 6200, 6200i2 Celebris GL-2 6233, 6266 Celebris GLST 5100, 5120, 5133, 5150, 5166 Celebris GLST 6180, 6200, 6200DP Celebris XL 590, 590DP, 5100, 5100DP, 5120 Celebris XL 5133, 5133DP, 5150, 5166 Celebris XL 6150 DECpc 425ST, 433ST, 450ST, 452ST, 466ST DECpc 560ST DECpc LP 340dx, 425sx DECpc LPx 433sx, 433dx, 450d2, 466d2 DECpc LPx+ 433sx, 433dx, 450d2, 450s2, 466d2, 4100 DECpc LPv 425sx, 433dx, 433sx, 450d2, 466d2 DECpc LPv+ 425sx, 433sx, 433dx DECpc LPv+ 450d2, 450s2, 466d2, 4100 DECpc MT 433dx, 450d2, 466d2 DECpc MTE 433dx, 466d2, 4100
Professional P5-133, 166 Professional PC with MMX P5-166, P5-200
Servers and Workstations ALR 7200 ALR 8200 E-Series Workstations E-5000 300, E-E-Series Workstations E-5200 350, E-5200 400, E-E-Series Workstations E-5250 400, E-NS-7000 ALR-Series Servers NS-7000 200LS, NS-7000 200SE, NS-7000 200LS NS-7000 233, NS-7000 266, NS-7000 300, NS-NS-7200 ALR-Series Servers NS-7200, NS-7200sbs NS-8000 ALR-Series Servers NS-8000 200LS, NS-8000 200SE, NS-NS-8000 300, NS-NS-9000 ALR-Series Servers NS-9000 200LS, NS-9000 200XL 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 16MB SDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 512MB SDRAM ECC 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 16MB SDRAM ECC 32MB SDRAM ECC 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 32MB ECC 64MB ECC 128MB ECC 256MB ECC MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MYP163S-28 MYP323S-28 MYP643S-88 MYPA83S-88 MPE323S-28 MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPRB63S-64KX MPR643S-88 MPRA83S-64 MPRB63S-64KX TBA MDC163E-28 MDC323E-28 MDC643E-88 MDCA83E-88 MYP163S-28 MYP323S-28 MYP643S-88 MYPA83S-88 MDC163E-28 MDC323E-28 MDC643E-88 MDCA83E-88 MDC323F-44 MDC643F-44 MDCA83F-88 MDCB63F-64 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs MNB-6300 MNB-6500 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-46 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs OmniBook 800 5/100 OmniBook 800 5/133 OmniBook 900 PII/300PE - Model F1711N/W OmniBook 900 PII/366 - Model F1712N/W OmniBook 900 PII/400 - Model F1760W, F1765N OmniBook 900 PIII/450 - Model F1769N/W OmniBook 900 PIII/500 - Model F1770N/W OmniBook 900 PIII/600 - Model F1979N/W OmniBook 900 PIII/650 - Model F1980N/W OmniBook 2000CT 5/133 OmniBook 2000CT 5/133MMX OmniBook 2100 P/233 - Model 2103T, 2104T, 2105T, 2106T OmniBook 2100 PII/233 - Model 2120T, 2121T, 2122T, 2123T OmniBook 2100 PII/266 - Model 2124T, 2125T OmniBook 2100 PII/300 - Model 2126T, 2127T OmniBook 3000CTX 5/200MMX OmniBook 3000CTX 5/233MMX OmniBook 3100 P/266 - Model 3101, 3102 OmniBook 4100 P/266 - Model 4103T, 4104T OmniBook 4100 PII/233 - Model 4101T, 4102T OmniBook 4100 PII/266 - Model 4105T, 4106T, 4108T, 4109T OmniBook 4100 PII/266 - Model 4110T, 4111T OmniBook 4150 PII/300 - Model F1629N/W, F1647N/W OmniBook 4150 PII/333 - Model F1640N/W OmniBook 4150 PII/366 - Model F1641N/W, F1642N/W OmniBook 4150 PII/366 - Model F1658N/W OmniBook 4150 PII/400 - Model F1648N/W, F1660N/W OmniBook 4150 PIII/450 - Model F1662N/W OmniBook 4150 PIII/500 - Model F1649N/W OmniBook 4150 PIII/650 - Model F1650N/W OmniBook 5000C VL 5/75, 5/90 OmniBook 5000CT 5/90 OmniBook 5000CT VL 5/90 OmniBook 5000CTS 5/90, 5/120 OmniBook 5500CS 5/133 OmniBook 5500CT 5/133 OmniBook 5700CT 5/150MMX OmniBook 5700CT 5166/MMX OmniBook 5700CTX 5166/MMX OmniBook 7100 PII/266 Model 7101, 7102, 7103T, 7104T OmniBook 7150 PII/300 Model 7151T, 7152T OmniBook XE PII/266 - Model F1719W OmniBook XE PII/266PE - Model F1720W OmniBook XE PII/300PE - Model F1721W OmniBook XE PII/333 - Model F1722W OmniBook XE2 Celeron 300 - Model F1723 Celeron 333 - Model F1724, F1753 Celeron 433 - Model F1772W, F1961W, F1962W Celeron 450 - Model F1664W, F1665W, F1675W OmniBook XE2 PII/300PE - Model F1726 PII/333 - Model F1725, F1755 PII/366 - Model F1756, F1774N/W PII/400 - Model F1775N/W OmniBook XE2 PIII/450 - Model F1666N/W, F1676N/W PIII/500 - Model F1667N/W Pavilion Notebook PC N3100 Series N3110, N3150, N3190 Pavilion Notebook PC N3200 Series N3210, N3250 N3270, N3290 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 256MB SDRAM 8MB 16MB 32MB 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 256MB SDRAM 8MB 16MB 32MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM MHM083E-28 MHM163E-28 MHM323E-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSP323S-46 MSP643S-88KX MSPA83S-86KX MSPB63S-68KX MDN085F-16 MDN165F-16 MDN325F-44Z MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-46 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-46 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-46 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSP323S-46 MSP643S-88KX MSPA83S-86KX MSPB63S-68KX MDN085F-16 MDN165F-16 MDN325F-44Z MDN085F-16 MDN165F-16 MDN325F-44Z MDN085F-16 MDN165F-16 MDN325F-44Z MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSP323S-46 MSP643S-88KX MSPA83S-86KX MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSP323S-46 MSP643S-88KX MSPA83S-86KX F1167A F1168A F1169A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1456B F1457B F1622B F1654A F1134A F1135A F1136A F1363A F1364A F1365A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1363A F1364A F1365A F1363A F1364A F1365A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1456B F1457B F1622B F1654A F1134A F1135A F1136A F1134A F1135A F1136A F1134A F1135A F1136A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1456B F1457B F1622B F1456A F1457A F1622A F1456B F1457B F1622B
Desktop, Mini-Tower, and Tower PCs VisionDesk 1000 Series Model 1120 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM MDV323S-28 MDV643S-88 MDVA83S-88 HIT111A HIT112A HIT113A
Servers and Workstations VisionBase 8240 Model VB-X8240-100, VB-X8240-200 VisionBase 8460 Model VB-X8460-100, VB-X8460-200, VB-X8460-300 64MB SDRAM ECC 128MB SDRAM ECC 256MB SDRAM ECC 64MB EDO ECC kit 128MB EDO ECC kit 256MB EDO ECC kit 512MB EDO ECC kit 1GB EDO ECC kit MPE643S-88KX MPEA83S-88KX MPEB63S-68 MDC163E-28K4 MDC323E-44K4 MDC643E-88K4 MDCA83E-88K4 MDCB63E-64K4 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs HPC-9520N 4MB 8MB 16MB MDM045F-16 MDM085F-16 MDM165F-44 n/a n/a n/a
Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs PS/2 CL57LSX 386SX/20 Color (8554-045) ThinkPad 240 C-300 (2609-21U) ThinkPad 240 C-366 (2609-31U) ThinkPad 310 P133 (3101-0GE; 3103-0GE) ThinkPad 310D P133 (3102-0GE) ThinkPad 310ED P133MMX (2600-50U) ThinkPad 310ED P166MMX (2600-B0U) ThinkPad 340 486SLC2/50 ThinkPad 345C 486DX4/75 (2610-FZG) ThinkPad 345CS 486DX4/75 (2610-EZF, EZG) ThinkPad 355, 355C, 355Cs 486SL/33 ThinkPad 360 486SX/33 (2620-00D, 00F) ThinkPad 360C 486SX/33 (2620-30D, 30F) ThinkPad 360Ce 486DX2/50 (2620-90D, 90F, 90G) ThinkPad 360Cs 486SX/33 ThinkPad 360Cse 486DX2/50 (2419-713, 715) ThinkPad 360Cse 486DX2/50 (2620-80D, 80F, 80G) ThinkPad 360P 486SX/33 (2620-50D, 50F) ThinkPad 360Pe 486DX2/50 (2620-B0F, B0G) 4MB DRAM card 8MB DRAM card 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 4MB DRAM card 8MB DRAM card 4MB DRAM card 8MB DRAM card 16MB DRAM card 4MB DRAM card 8MB DRAM card 16MB DRAM card 4MB DRAM card 8MB DRAM card 16MB DRAM card DJF-004M5P DJF-008M5P MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 DJI-004M5 DJI-008M5 DJI-004M5 DJI-008M5 DJI-016M5 DJI-004M5 DJI-008M5 DJI-016M5 DJI-004M5 DJI-008M5 DJI-016M5 07G1420 07G1421 76H0294 20L0241 01K1150 11J8636 11J8637 84G5689, 92G7236 84G5692, 92G7237 84G5689, 92G7236 84G5692, 92G7237 84G5695, 92G7424 84G5689, 92G7236 84G5692, 92G7237 84G5695, 92G7424 84G5689, 92G7236 84G5692, 92G7237 84G5695, 92G7424
ThinkPad 365C 486DX4/75 (2625-305, W13) ThinkPad 365CD 486DX4/75 (2625-B05, W15) ThinkPad 365CS 486DX4/75 (2625-203, 205, W11, W12) ThinkPad 365CSD 486DX4/75 (2625-A05, W14) ThinkPad 365E 5x86C (2625-W9A) ThinkPad 365ED 5x86C (2625-W9G) ThinkPad 365X P100 (2625-6E7, 7E7) ThinkPad 365X P133 (2625-2E9) ThinkPad 365XD P100 (2625-6E3, DEF, EEF) ThinkPad 365XD P120 (2625-GE9) ThinkPad 365XD P133 (2625-1E9, FE9) ThinkPad 370C 486DX4/75
128MB EDO ECC kit 256MB EDO ECC kit 512MB EDO ECC kit 1GB EDO ECC kit 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC 16MB 32MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 16MB 32MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB
MDC323E-44K4 MDC643E-88K4 MDCA83E-88K4 MDCB63E-64K4 MDC323E-44 MDC643E-88 MDCA83E-88 MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P MSM045F-14P MSM085F-14P MSM165F-44P MSM325F-44P
OP-410-34302 OP-410-34303 OP-410-34304 OP-410-34305 OP-410-34101 OP-410-34102 OP-410-34103 n/a n/a OP-410-30001 OP-410-30002 OP-410-30003 OP-410-30004 OP-410-30003 OP-410-30004 OP-410-30001 OP-410-30002 OP-410-30003 OP-410-30004
Express5800 MT2000 ProServa HX
ProServa V ProServa V Plus
RISC-based Minicomputers and Workstations Express RISCserver
RISCserver 2200 RISCserver 4200 RISCstation 2000
OP-410-30001 OP-410-30002 OP-410-30003 OP-410-30004 OP-410-30001 OP-410-30002 OP-410-30003 OP-410-30004
Desktop, Mini-Tower, and Tower PCs Symetra 16MB EDO ECC 32MB EDO ECC 64MB EDO ECC 128MB EDO ECC MDC163E-28 MDC323E-44 MDC643E-88 MDCA83E-88 n/a n/a n/a n/a
Desktop, Mini-Tower, and Tower PCs Axcel 455CD 8MB EDO kit 16MB EDO kit 32MB EDO kit 64MB EDO kit MSM045E-14K2 MSM085E-14K2 MSM165E-44K2 MSM325E-44K2 n/a n/a n/a n/a
Executive P75 Model 750, 751, 752, 753, 755CD, 756 Executive P75 Model 1000CD, 1001, 1001CDT, 1001T Executive P100 Model 1002, 1002CD, 1003 Executive P100 Model 1003CD, 1003CDT, 1003T Executive P133 Model 1332CD, 1332CDT, 1333 Executive P133 Model 1333CD, 1333CDT, 1333T
Install memory modules in pairs.
Force P60 Model 101CD Legend P60 Model 100CD, 200CD Legend P90 Model 205CD, 210CDT
Platinum 40, 55, 60, 70 Platinum Pro 21, 650, 750
4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 8MB EDO kit 16MB EDO kit 32MB EDO kit 64MB EDO kit
MSM045F-14 MSM085F-14 MSM165F-44 MSM325F-44 MSM045F-14 MSM085F-14 MSM165F-44 MSM325F-44 MSM045E-14K2 MSM085E-14K2 MSM165E-44K2 MSM325E-44K2
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Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs CF-25 CF-35 CF-61 CF-62 CF-63 CF-71 CF-M32 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB EDO 64MB EDO MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-46 MDR083E-16 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-46 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MDR323E-46 MDR643E-88 CF-BA6108 CF-BA6116 CF-BA6132 CF-BA6164 CF-BA6108 CF-BA6116 CF-BA6132 CF-BA6164 CF-BA7132 CF-BA7164 CF-BA71128 CF-BAE0032 CF-BAE0064
Toughbook 17 - Celeron 300MHz Toughbook 27 - Pentium MMX series Toughbook 27 - Pentium II series Toughbook 33 Toughbook 34 - Celeron 300MHz Toughbook 37 - Celeron 366MHz Toughbook 45 - Pentium MMX series
32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 128MB EDO 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 128MB EDO 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM
Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs Soundx 3920 Soundx 4000 Soundx 4200 Soundx 4500 Soundx 5000 Soundx 5500 4MB EDO 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM MDM043E-16 MDM083E-16 MDM163E-44 MDM323E-46 MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-88 MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX MSYA83S-64KX MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Soundx 6500 Soundx 6800 Soundx 7000 Soundx 7500
Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs RN 1000 Series 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 16MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM MDR163E-28 MDR323E-46 MDR643E-88 MSY163S-28 MSY323S-46 MSY643S-88KX n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Laptop, Notebook, and Portable PCs Actius PC-A250 UltraLite Actius PC-A280 UltraLite Actius PC-A800 Thin + Light PC-100 WideNote PC-100T WideNote PC-3010, PC-3020 PC-3050, PC-3060 PC-9000 PC-9030 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 32MB SDRAM 64MB SDRAM 128MB SDRAM 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 4MB 8MB 16MB 8MB 16MB 32MB TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA MDD085E-16 MDD165E-28 MDM045F-16 MDM085F-16 MDM165F-44 MDN085F-16 MDN165F-16 MDN325F-44 CE-MM32U CE-MM64U CE-MM32U CE-MM64U CE-MM128U n/a CE-W102B CE-301B CE-302B CE-303B CE-A311B CE-A312B CE-A313B
PC-9020 PC-9050 PC-9040, PC-9040 II PC-9070
8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 4MB 8MB 16MB 8MB EDO kit 16MB EDO kit 32MB EDO kit 8MB EDO 16MB EDO 32MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 8MB EDO kit 16MB EDO kit 32MB EDO kit 32MB EDO 64MB EDO 32MB EDO 64MB EDO
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INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT TO THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT COMPUTER SYSTEMS REPORTS
Submitted to: USAID/Malawi Lilongwe, Malawi
Submitted by: Institutional Reform and the Informal Sector (IRIS) 2105 Morrill Hall University of Maryland, College Park College Park, MD 20742 USA
Prepared for: Nathan and Associates Inc. John W. Fox 6220 West Freeland Road Freeland, MI 48623
Malawi Ministry of Transport Project Contract: PCE-I-00-97-00042-00 Task Order: 805
This report outlines the software, hardware, peripheral system components, installation, training, and system support that should be implemented to improve data storage, data maintenance, and information retrieval for strategic decision support, management support, and Ministry of Transport effectiveness. 1.1 1.1.1 INTRODUCTION Background
It is the desire of the Government of Malawi, and the purpose of the information and recommendations contained in the IRIS project reports, to enhance Ministry of Transport (MoT) planning support and to provide the tools to improve the MoT decision making capabilities. In this case, the tools are accurate, timely information to support the design of policies, and to be able to monitor the effect of those policies. The provision of such accurate and timely information will in part be through the use of updated computer hardware and software to store relevant data, and to allow immediate and flexible access to that data in various forms of useful, current, and dependable management and planning information.
The Computer report concentrates on the computer hardware and software needed to accomplish a more modern and automated information system for MoTs use as a central data repository. The objectives are as follows:
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To define the environment and technology for basic MoT office automation. To explain the local and wide area network technology to be used, and the best approach to its implementation. To detail the new computers to be installed and the existing computers to be replaced, and the purpose of each. To recommend the database to be used and the requirements necessary for its proper implementation and adoption into the Ministries needs. To recommend office automation software and its uses. To outline the options and requirements for implementation assistance, training, and long-term support, both technical and user based.
TECHNICAL ISSUES Current technology fundamentals
WHAT COMPUTERS ARE AND ARE NOT In order to better understand the first and most important aspect of modern computers and computer technology, it is best to put computers in terms of manual processing. There is
virtually nothing that can be done by a computer or computerized system that cannot be done manually. All computer systems and applications are designed to store text, graphics, and any other form of information that can be represented in digital form, to perform a specific set of functions with that data in a prescribed step-by-step manner, and to output data in a usable and useful form. This is the same process that all manually processed data goes through, regardless of the type of data or the purpose of the process. Computer systems cannot give the MoT anything that could not be provided by a strictly manual process done by hand. What a well-planned and properly implemented computer system can give the MoT is greater efficiency and effectiveness over the manual process. As one example of the efficiency typically gained, consider how the MoT border traffic information gets to its end result; that result being any of several statistical reports produced by MoT personnel. When a truck stops at a weigh bridge at the border, a person fills out a form with all pertinent information about that truck and its load. At some time after that, someone has to either ship the all of the forms for some period of time to the MoT offices in Lilongwe, or someone has to go to the border to pick them up. At the MoT, someone types the data from each form into a computer file. That person or others subsequently copy the file to several other files on that computer and on other computers. Someone then uses each of these copies to combine with other data that they summarise and sort. That result is then used to create any one of various reports. Copies of the data are written, re-entered, handled, and re-processed by a number of different people. Consider the efficiency of a similar process whereby the data is collected at the weigh bridge and entered into a computer that could print the detail of that transaction on the spot, and at the same time was immediately available to programs that could combine and summarize that transaction automatically, and make the results available to anyone in the ministry who needed it, in what ever form they needed. Such efficiency is not only less costly, but because the data is handled by only one person, the person at the source of the data, there is much less chance of the data being in error. Consider also the effectiveness of having information, any information, on a timely basis. All information processing, whether computerized or not, has the same basic purpose; to put the right information in the hands of the right people when they need it. If revenue is not collected, and expenses are not paid, and decision support information is not available when a decision is needed, then the effectiveness of any organization, including the MoT, is diminished. Even relatively simple information can be critical. For instance, it does no good to find out that you were supposed to be a part of an important meeting that has already taken place. CENTRALIZED V/S DISTRIBUTED STORAGE AND PROCESSING The original computer servers were the first mainframes. Every application, every database, and every file was stored somewhere on a mainframe, which could be considered like a very intelligent server. The various underlying reasons for allowing computers to communicate were the same as in todays PC networks. Networking allows information to be shared
quickly and easily. Sharing information accelerates the process of obtaining or creating knowledge, and knowledge is needed for all MoT policy decisions. Modern networks, even many mainframe networks, are based on the concept of clients and servers, both attached to the network. Clients are the desktop computers, the PCs, that users rely on for their output. Clients do most of the processing related to the presentation of information. A server is the repository of information and provides processing-intensive services to their clients. This puts some of the more demanding networking functions on servers, which can be especially configured to take care of these functions effectively, and frees up client PCs to spend their processing power in other ways. This is one of the keys to establishing and running an efficient client/server network at the ministry. If a majority of the clients on the network are using their processing power for the same function, then that function can be moved to the file server. The clients will still have access to the functions and its benefits, but they dont have to do the required processing. A specially configured file server does the processing. Here is a short list of some basic MoT file server functions: Repository for application programs, Repository for data, Repository of network operating system, Manager and storage for directories and files, Manager for the network. CURRENT PC TECHNOLOGY For an average U.S. price of under US$2,000 (KM84,000), the personal computer (PC) of today provides more data storage and more processing power that the biggest multi-million dollar mainframe computer of only ten years ago. Every month, new and faster computers are introduced at a rate where the speed and capabilities of computers doubles on average every 16 months. Although this results in computer systems becoming obsolete within only a few years of their acquisition, this rate of improvement has benefits to this MoT database project that greatly outweigh the drawbacks. Chief among those benefits is the ability to store and present graphic information, as well as to present user interfaces that are graphicbased, or GUI, such as the now familiar Windows desktop icons, pull-down menus, and live action on-demand user assistance. All of this helps to address the various training and support issues that are critical to the success of this system. For the MoT, another of the advantages of the current state of computer technology is the ability to even consider creating any sort of meaningful transportation database. Five years ago, cost and complexity would have prohibited the implementation of such a system. The high demand for systems of this sort has resulted in certain sets of standards to emerge in system interoperability, database concepts, and general application functionality. What this means for MoT is that the system selected and implemented today will have enough flexibility to perform a very wide number of tasks, and still co-exist with other systems in other facilities in Malawi and in the region without first knowing all of the specifications of those systems.
Within five years, it is likely that the modern up to date system being proposed for the MoT will be obsolete. That does not mean that it will in any way be unusable or ineffective. It means that within five years the quantifiable justification for upgrading or replacing this system will probably be there. This likelihood has been taken into consideration as the MoT system brand, size, speed, and other configuration recommendations were formed to help insure that this system is as sound of an investment as is possible in such a fast changing setting. Today, the single biggest influence over the direction of computer hardware, software, and communications development is the internet. Five years ago, most people had never even heard of the internet. Today, it provides instant and continuous communications capabilities to people, businesses, and governments world-wide. For now, hardware and software support are the two biggest reasons why the MoT needs internet access, but within the next few years it is likely to have other, more dramatic effects and potential benefits for the MoT. DATA STORAGE AND ACCESS At the core of every computer system, whether mainframe or PC, whether local or the biggest wide-area network of them all; the internet, is the need to store and retrieve data. Modern PCs can perform millions of arithmetic calculations every second, but the real power lies in its ability to store millions of characters, or bytes, of data, at very high rates of speed, and to locate and retrieve that data almost instantly, and with complete accuracy. There are a number of data storage technologies in use today, but the only commercially available means of rapid data storage and retrieval remains what is often called Disk or Hard Disk. Other forms of data storage, such as tape, CD, and most recently the next generation, super-high capacity CD replacement called DVD, are good for specific functions such as off-line backup in the case of tape, and mass data archiving in the case of CD and DVD. However, none of these storage systems is designed for repeated rapid storage and retrieval, which is necessary to support the MoT database environment. The most easily overlooked element in data storage and access is the issue of whether or not data that is stored is complete and accurate. There is a familiar saying associated with computers that is completely true; Garbage in, garbage out. Simply put, no computer system can improve on the quality or accuracy of the data that is entered into it. Computers can often help to spot potential errors, but if incomplete or inaccurate information is stored, then incomplete and inaccurate information is what will be produced. For this reason, the process of getting good, timely data into the system is far more important than the system itself. Audit and control measures must be developed and enforced that help insure proper data collection and entry for all data sources, whether it is the manual batch entry of survey sheets, or the recurring importation of complete data bases from NSO, SATCC, and others. SECURITY Although any loss of computer hardware can be difficult and costly, the real value of the MoT computer system is the data stored in it. Any substantial loss or corruption of data can be devastating. In order for the system to have any measurable effect on MoT, the people using the system must learn to rely on it. If the system becomes only a backup to data that is
still maintained and used manually, then the purpose of the system has been defeated. For these reasons and others, several well-structured measures need to be put in place to insure that the data is protected. Tape backup First is an absolute need to faithfully keep tape copies of everything in the system. Such complete copies should be made at least once each week. Additionally, critical dynamic files should be copied separately either daily, or each time the data in any of those files is in any way changed. The most recent copy of each backup tape should be kept at the ministry in a locked, fireproof safe. A place to securely store tapes away from the ministry building should also be established, then when new copies of data are created and stored in the safe at the ministry, the previous copy from the safe is taken to the off-site location. This provides the only secure method of guarding against complete data loss. Privacy Second is the consideration of sensitive data. Most data that MoT is likely to store is public data, therefore sensitivity is not an issue. However, some accounting and human resource data is very sensitive, as are many letters, documents, correspondence, and other data items. Data stored on the server can be stored in public, or shared folders, or can be stored in private folders that only one specific user or one department has access to. Specifically which users require access to what information will have to be determined by the system administrator by working closely with the various users and departments during system installation, and may require additional periodic scrutiny and modification. Public access Third is the issue of public access. Gone are the days when the data in a computer could be protected from access by locking the door to the room with the computer. All modern and effective computer systems require that they communicate and share information with other systems, that they have access to the internet, and that they are accessible from any number of geographic locations other than the site of the physical system. Currently in Malawi there are limited communication capabilities, but this is changing rapidly. Already, just in the last few years, access to the internet from users in Malawi has grown substantially, and the internet forms the backbone of todays communication environment. Public access can be controlled through the use of a firewall. A firewall takes many forms, but in essence what it does is it sits between the computer system and the phone system. Only authorized users can get through it to gain full access to the system. The firewall can be programmed to allow public access to only certain areas in the system, and can limit people to have read-only access to the data that is made publicly available. As with the issue of controlling data access within the ministry, the specific design and configuration will have to be reviewed reularly. No one person can decide how MoT data security should be designed. Rather, all of these and other security issues need to be discussed and reviewed by a number of people. A system security committee should be established before the system is installed, to meet and
designed and built before it can be used. Once built, data must be either manually entered into it or transferred and formatted electronically. After the initial loading of data, the database must be maintained as source data changes and new data becomes available. Various forms of data extraction and information retrieval need to be performed on an ongoing basis, since access to information is the primary purpose of having a database. Also, various issues and problems will arise on a somewhat regular basis, regardless of what system is used or how well it has been designed and implemented, therefore having qualified technical support available as needed is critical. Training is available to learn how to perform all of these functions.
Office administration and management software
The intention of office automation and management software is to accomplish two objectives. The first objective is to give all computer users the ability to generate spread sheets and word processing documents. The second is to provide tools that allow easier communication and organization between the various individuals and departments within the Ministry. There are a number of flexible, popular software packages available today that accomplish both of these objectives with a reasonable amount of reliability and user-friendly interfaces. In selecting one package that will suite the environment at the MoT, it is important to consider the availability of training and support as the primary factor, since any one of several different solutions would suffice. Offerings such as Corel Perfect Office, makers of Word Perfect, are perfectly serviceable. However, the Microsoft Office-97 application suite is recommended for the following reasons: It is currently the most used office package in the world, which means that training and support is widely available, and is likely to remain so for the foreseeable future. It creates the highest level of consistency between the applications and the operating system, Windows NT. It results in the lowest number of support vendors required. The simplicity of Access, its database application, will aid in the transition to the new system. This package includes the word processing application Word, the spreadsheet application Excel, and the mail application Outlook. All of these interface well with each other and with the operating system. This package also includes the application PowerPoint for creating graphic presentations.
The best way to insure that the MoT is capable of maintaining a transportation database capable of providing the decision support information required is to create an integrated computer network utilizing a network file server that everyone who requires use of that data can access to extract data on demand as necessary. The result of the hardware and software listed below will create such an information environment. The key to the success of this system will be in the provision of long-term user and technical assistance, as well as assistance and training during the initial installation, configuration, network design, and data base design.
188.8.131.52 Locations, purposes, and types recommended
Many of the existing PCs use a technology that is not practically compatible with the rest of the system being recommended. Those PCs will be retired and replaced. All other existing PCs are being utilized, and can and should remain a part of the new system with the addition of a LAN NIC adapter to each. A combination of adding twenty new PCs, and two laptops, shifting two of the existing computers, retiring others, and adding eleven LAN adaptors (NICs) to the remainder of the PCs accomplishes the following An in-service total of 32 PCs plus one file server. Six of the PCs (lines 1, 3, 10, 11, 14, & 20 below) will be pulled from service and retired. All remaining PCs currently in use in the MoT headquarters management unit will be upgraded to Windows-NT, will have a LAN NIC added, and will connect to the new file server. Three computers will be added to the human resources department, which currently relies entirely on a manual non-computerized system (lines below). Those currently using only a laptop (lines 6, 7, & 13 below) will be given desktop units compatible with the rest of the network, therefore gaining its benefits. The functions of the positions that will be filled soon through transfer from MoW and MoT expansion (lines below) require PCs and LAN connectivity. The two new laptops will provide user flexibility and can be used either as desk top units or when staff is travelling on official business.
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long-term at the MoT at such time as adequate training and preparation is complete. Oracle is a very comprehensive and powerful package. Its greatest advantage over simpler database software such as dBase, FoxPro, or Access is that there is no practical limitation to the size or complexity of the database that can be developed. Functions and processes from the simplest queries to complex integrated systems can be built utilizing Oracle. The biggest drawback to Oracle is that because of its inherently comprehensive nature, Oracle is not an easy-to-use and user-friendly off-the-shelf package. To implement Oracle will require time for careful planning and database design, and the acquisition of a new set of technical skills that does not now exist within the MoT. Proper implementation will take training, planning, and time, and falls outside of the scope of the initial donor recommendations. Because of this, a two phase approach is needed: PHASE-1 Install and utilize Microsoft Access as the database management software at the time of initial system installation. Access is already included in the Microsoft Office-97 suite recommended in this study. Access is easy to use, and training is readily available. Many users of Access have been successful in creating and maintaining simple databases using only self-help training material, and in a very short period of time. Training should be provided for two individuals who will be given primary responsibility for processing Access requests and for overall system administration. Access training should also be made available for any user who utilizes the database and who desires to be able to produce their own output from the database. At start-up, Oracle-8 Personal Edition will also be installed. At some point after initial system installation, MoT should begin providing the two technical support individuals with formal Oracle training. This training should be ongoing until such time as these people reach at least a basic level of proficiency in the various Oracle concepts. PHASE-2 When training of the two MoT individuals is at a sufficiently proficient level, and with the direct assistance of outside expertise as described in section 3.3.3.b below, the contracted Oracle expert(s) and the trained MoT personnel will design and implement a comprehensive Oraclebased database management system. It is hoped that the timing of this will loosely correspond with the MoF IFMIS project, which should help insure that the various MoT planning tasks can be done in loose co-ordination with, and where possible taking advantage of, the various IFMIS efforts. Once this is accomplished, most pertinent data in the Microsoft Access database will be transferred to the Oracle database. Oracle based applications
The intention of office automation and management software is to accomplish two objectives. The first objective is to give all computer users the ability to generate spread sheets and word processing documents. Both of these functions are in wide use at the MoT today, and provide a very flexible work environment, even though training is needed to maximize the potential of these functions. Word processing provides the means for creating virtually any text-based output, and is already a widely accepted office automation tool. Spread sheet software allows any size and form of a table to be created, modified, stored, merged, and printed, and allows the user to set up formulas and macros for automatic calculation of any data within one or more spread sheets. The second objective is to provide tools that allow easier communication and organization between the various individuals and departments within the Ministry. The most important tool is the ability to send and receive email messages within the ministry. The experience of thousands of other companies and agencies around the world can easily be applied to MoT,
which indicates that once MoT users become accustomed to using local email for messages, inquiries, notification of meetings and so forth, there will be a natural improvement in overall ministerial effectiveness as a cohesive unit.
184.108.40.206 Office suite software
Because of the power and widespread acceptance of the Microsoft office suite, it is the recommendation of this study that the MoT utilize Microsoft Office-97 Professional Edition. A newer version, Microsoft Office-2000, will soon be available, but it is better for the MoT to use the current version, Office-97, that is already a proven and stable software suite with widely accessible training and support. The Office-97 Professional Edition package includes the word processing application Microsoft Word, the spreadsheet application Excel, and the mail application Outlook. All of these interface well with each other and with the operating system Windows NT. Users at the MoT of the applications Word Perfect and Lotus 123 should find the transition to the Microsoft Word and Excel applications relatively easy, since the applications all have a similar look and feel. This package also includes the application Microsoft Access, a database product that will be utilized exclusively during phase-1 of implementation, and the application PowerPoint that allows for the creation of presentation graphics.
220.127.116.11 Accounting software & IFIMS
The accounting software and methodology currently in use at the MoT are not up to the standards that the MoT needs to run efficiently. However, with the immanent installation of the Malawi Integrated Financial Information Management System, it is best to not change the accounting software at this time. Still, the accounting department PCs will be connected to the MoT LAN to take full advantage of the rest of the benefits of the LAN environment.
18.104.22.168 Internet access
An full internet access account must be established for the MoT, and be available at the same time that the system is first installed. The primary purpose is to provide on-line user and technical assistance from the software suppliers who themselves provide 24 hour internet-based support. This internet account can be a conventional dial-up account for periodic use. Access to this account will be monitored by the system administrator.
22.214.171.124 WAN integration
For the sake of this report, Wide Area Network (WAN) is referring to any of several currently available and future connections of the MoT LAN to other LANs and/or other systems, including the internet. Because of the state of the computer systems with which the MoT will share data, and because of the lack of a reliable telecommunications infrastructure to all points
in Malawi, the transfer of computer data or files will have to be accomplished by copying that data onto diskette, then physically transferring that diskette to the other system. As soon as computer capabilities and communications permit, remote connection to other PCs and systems for the purpose of file transfer will be accomplished through a point-to-point switched (dial-up) connection manually initiated and coordinated between the MoT and the other entity. As Road Traffic, the NSO, and others move into Windows NT with internet connection, virtual private networks should be established that allow system access and file transfer through conventional internet connections. Other methods of WAN connection such as frame relay may have to be considered as co-operation between the various Ministries, departments, and private companies grows in order to accommodate the various needs, designs, and capabilities.
Training and support
126.96.36.199 User training
Initial training of all users on Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook (approximately people) should be provided by group and individual instruction. Each user should be provided with no less than the equivalent of 80 hours of combined lecture and hands-on training. The provision of this training should either be negotiated with the system installation provider, or separately by a qualified Microsoft trainer. User reference manuals and tutorials need to be supplied to all users to supplement that training. In addition, a user-oriented self-help tutorial package for Microsoft Excel should be purchased, and access to it provided to all users who wish to take advantage of it. In-house assistance for this self-help training should be provided by the two MoT technical staffers, the network system administrators, who themselves will have gone through more comprehensive Access training.
188.8.131.52 Technical training
There should be two people on the MoT staff who are technically trained and qualified as network system administrators. Their responsibilities will include, but not necessarily be limited to; Insuring that the server is functioning during all business hours. Performing full server file backup at least weekly. Resolving equipment or server outages or performance degradation. Adding, moving, and replacing all LAN attached equipment. Assisting with user office application problems, issues, and training. Monitoring system usage and system security. Assisting users with database information retrieval, and assisting with application design and data queries. Processing user requests for all database functions where those functions are beyond the abilities of the users to perform themselves.
Acting as liaison to co-ordinate processes, procedures, standards, and technology planning with other ministries, agencies, and private companies.
Hardware and software to be acquired
To implement the above recommendations, the following specific hardware, software, and services will need to be purchased. Configuration, training, maintenance, and support will all be enhanced by having as much equipment and software duplication throughout the system as is feasible. As much as possible, consistency throughout the final selection of hardware and software should be strictly observed. There are several different manufacturers of high quality PCs and servers that would be suitable for the MoT system, and each manufacturer makes several different models that meet the minimum requirements as set forth in this study. Since new models are being introduced at a rapid rate, specific models available as of this writing may not be the current offerings available when bids for procurement are received. Therefore, in the case of the PCs, laptops, and the file server, specific models within brands have not been recommended. Instead there is a list of preferred manufacturers, and the minimum specifications of the PCs to be purchased. Any model from any of the listed manufacturers that meets the minimum specifications should be acceptable and therefore should be considered for purchase. Although PCs of one brand will interface with a server of another, it is strongly recommended that the PCs and the file server be of the same manufacturer and from the same supplier. RECOMMENDED PC AND FILE SERVER MANUFACTURERS IBM NCR Compaq Hewlett Packard
PC AND FILE SERVER SPECIFICATIONS (minimum configuration) Specification type Quantity CPU type CPU clock frequency (min) Math Co-processor Cache (min) Main memory Primary Bus system (min) Bus Slots (min) Network interface File server 1 Pentium-II or Pentium-III 350 MHz 400 MHz Yes Yes MB 64 MB 256 MB >30MB/sec >200MB/sec 802.3 LAN on 802.3 LAN on PCs 20 Pentium-II
DESCRIPTION PC PII-350+ 64M 6G+ 10/100 MS Office Server PII-400+ 256M 50G+ 10/100 17" monitor 24G DAT tape drive NIC cards (PCI) HP 4000TN printer HP 4000T NIC card LAN HUB 12 - 16 port 500 v/a battery backup 1,400 v/a UPS Laptop HARDWARE TOTAL Micorsoft BackOffice NT 35 user license Windows NT workstation (client) Office-97 Professional (upgrade) Office-97 Professional (full version) Hyena LAN management Micorsoft Access self-training Norton Anti-virus StatSoft Statistica TSP Econometrics (site license) Oracle-8 Personal Edition SOFTWARE TOTAL SYSTEM TOTAL 9,1,9,1,Qty 2 Unit Price Low 1,100 8,1,1,400 1,800 High 1,275 10,1,1,650 2,500 Extended Price Low 22,000 8,000 7,980 1,5,1,520 3,3,600 53,719 9,370 2,970 5,880 5,1,980 1,680 1,000 29,199 82,918 High 25,500 10,000 8,820 1,6,2,800 4,5,000 65,664 9,370 2,970 5,880 5,1,980 1,680 1,000 29,199 94,863
SERVICES Initial hardware and software installation 4 weeks. - Unpack, install, verify each piece of hardware. - Design physical & logical LAN topography. - Provide & install cat-5 wiring & connectors to all components. - Load Windows NT on all new PCs (if not pre-loaded). - Convert all existing PCs to Windows NT & configure. - Install all Office products. - Configure the file server and all server based software.
- Configure each user PC and each ones application software. - Verification of complete system operation. OPTIONAL: Install electrical wiring and UPS A-B switch. - 220/240 volt wiring to all office locations where PCs will be used. Independent transition technical advisor 4 weeks. DUTIES - Provide continuous analysis and technical advice to all aspects of initial installation, implementation, and training. - Help resolve all technical and organizational issues or disputes between and/or within the installer and MoT. - Protect the interests of the donor and MoT. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - B.S. Computer Science and minimum 15 years public or private sector application, or M.B.A. and minimum 10 years application. - Business Administration degree and/or minimum 10 years business administration and management. - Specific training and experience organizing, designing, installing, and administering Windows-NT based LANs. - Experience training users of Microsoft Office applications. Microsoft Office application training 2 to 3 weeks each for all users. - From one to two weeks classroom training in all Microsoft Office applications, with emphasis on Word and Excell. - One week follow-up training and assistance at MoT. Microsoft Access database design, assistance, and technical training 3 months intensive, 9 months intermittent for two system administrators. - Minimum 3 months classroom training on database design with emphasis on Microsoft Access. - Technical assistance at MoT as needed for 9 months. - Microsoft Access database design and design assistance from a qualified Microsoft Access analyst. LAN administration training 6 months intensive, 6 months workshop for two system administrators. - Minimum 6 months classroom and dedicated self-help training on local area network administration, with emphasis on Windows-NT. - On-site technical assistance at MoT as needed for 6 months. Internet Service Provider (ISP) full access account Continuous. - Donor funded internet access from Malawinet or other ISP, with 24 hour availability and full WEB access. - ISP account continuation after first year.
! As soon as possible, all necessary approvals must be obtained for the two MoT System Administrator positions, and approvals submitted in writing to USAID. ! Immediately following the review of this study and its recommendations, and after the above approvals have been issued, requests for bids should be issued for all of the listed hardware, software, and support. ! The two MoT System Administrator positions should be filled and technical training for these two individuals started prior to the commencement of system installation. ! The contract for initial system installation should be awarded and installation planning begun before any equipment is received or installed. ! A transition oversight committee should be appointed to discuss, review, and oversee all aspects of the system installation and transition process. This committee should consist of the following: - One representative from each of the major MoT departments and offices. - The primary representative of the firm to provide the initial system installation. - An independent technical advisor from USAID or other independent body. ! A source of funding must be sought for periodic on-going technical support and for the cost of supplies and operations beyond the first year. ###
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