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Memory ram can i put the 4 gig in one **** and work whit that????

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Nope, 1 slot can only accomodate 2gb of ram. and also take NOTE that 4gb can only be read if the windows is running 64bit ,now if the system is running 32bit and there are 4 gb of ram installed on the system . The system will only read 3 or 3.5 gb of ram.

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