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Cannot locate access to memory slots in order to upgrade RAM on Evesham Voyager 64 laptop.

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  • eironald Oct 23, 2008

    sadly evesham have been in the hands of the receivers for over 12 months now, thus no more tech support... i've had the laptop for 5 years now.



    Anyone who might have a manual for this machine, or know how to physically locate the RAM modules would be a great help!



    Thanks

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The Voyager would have been even faster with more than the supplied 512MB of memory - you can't upgrade this yourself, but Evesham will supply 1GB as standard for an extra £89.
http://www.evesham.com with the limmitted memory capacity, i would definitely turn off all unused open programs and services you dont need in windows. you may do this and realize you don't need more memory.

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