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Replacing used up ram and installing new 1024 Ran

I have a HP ze4560us Lap Top, and I just purchased two 512 RAms to replace the ones which came witk my PC, I thought I could do it and even with the directions from HP I found my self intedmated a bit, it's process of removal and re installing the new Rams, have any Ideas ? if not I would like to have them installed but not at a price I can not afford because it's so simple to do and I would do it but this is the fist time I have even tried to attempt it my self. You may contact me at sham7212003@yahoo.com Thank you
best regards Sharon

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Hi there,
I beleive that I have the required answer for you...
Basically, this series notebooks either have both the RAM slots at the bottom or one at the bottom and the other under the Keyboard.
I recommend you to try removing the RAM module cover and check if there are two RAM slots or just one.
You can find the required instructions to locate and remove the RAM compartment cover from the manual of the Notebook which is available through the link below :
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00246219.pdf

Better way is to copy and paste the link in the address bar of a new Internet Explorer window and press Enter to open.
You can find the instructions to remove the RAM compartment cover from page number 35 of 154 in the Manual.
If you are able to find two RAM slots, we are done, you need to remove the preinstalled memory according the instructions available in the Manual and place the two 512 MB RAM sticks you had purchased.
However, if find only 1 RAM slot, you need to find out the instructions to remove the Keyboard to explore the second RAM slot and insert the second RAM module into it...
You can find the instructions to remove the Keyboard Cover and Keyboard from page numbers 43 and 46 in the Manual.
Hope this helps....

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There should be a ram cover on the back, though I'm not familiar with this particular model.

Open the screw to the ram over, and then the RAM simply clips in and out.

Very easy to do.

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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