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I recently bought the XPS ONE and would like to upgrade the memory from 2 gb to 4gb. How can I access the memory (replace).???

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  • 3Labs Dec 05, 2008

    Lots of places sale the modules but I see no where in Dell documentation on how to replace memory. Help.

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If you do this do not tell dell xps support that you did. remove the back cover. you will see two slots for memory. goto your local bestbuy or dell.com and get 2 2gb sticks of the same speed. install memory and replace rear cover.

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  • Zeniff Hathaway Jan 18, 2009

    if you do this do not tell dell xps support that you did. remove the back cover. you will see two slots for memory. goto your local bestbuy or dell.com and get 2 2gb sticks of the same speed. install memory and replace rear cover.

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