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Assuming you bought the right memory chip...
power down the computer. Unplug the power cord from the case. You can leave the other cables attached as long as you have room to work. Open the case. There should be a couple of Phillips screws on the back edge to release the side panel. Once you can see inside the pc, you will see all sorts of cards and cables. Blow out any dust bunnies. Find the empty slot next to a card that looks just like the one you bought. Don't touch the metal contacts on the memory chip. Notice the notch on the edge of the chip and the matching notch in the empty slot on the computer. Gently, but firmly push the memory chip into the slot. It should give a little click.
Plug in the power cord, reboot computer.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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