Sorry for the lateness of this summmary ... pressures of work ...
No it can't be done. They are different both electrically and
physically - you won't even fit them in the box.
The best description came from Eckhard Rueggeberg
>They won't fit, even with a large hammer. The IPX RAM is 33bit wide, the
>IPC RAM is 9bit wide. On a IPX 4 MB SIMM you have 4Mx33bits, whereas for
>an IPC you need 4 chips x 4Mx9bit for 4MB. The only other machines where
>the IPX SIMMs fit in are SLC (only 4 MB SIMMs) and ELC.
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