Question about Acer Aspire 9300-5349 Notebook
How to open up computer to upgrade Ram
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: memory upgrade
First thin you have to remember is if you want to have to memories in parallel...Then the new one should be of the same size and frequency(ex:133Mhz,533Mhz..etc.,)Then folow these steps:
Posted on Oct 13, 2007
Laptops use a different type of RAM unlike a tower computer, the RAM is like little square pieces. Unscrew the cover, lift the old RAM out and replace with the new. Its located on the back or underside of the computer.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
SOURCE: after upgrading RAM 1G to 1.5G
You should be good to go, if you had the wrong memory mod the machine would probably just blink or beep at you. If you experience blue screen errors or virtual memory errors this could be a sign of incompatibility but I would say you're probably fine.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
SOURCE: Ram upgaded 1G to 1.5G
Hit start, control panel, system, device manager, and look under 'General" on the main screen, it should say right there the processor and ram type and size. If its not listed click on the hardware tab, go down to the memory, and click on memory/ram, it will be listed there. If it isn't showing or showing is showing he wrong speed, then go into the bios, by rebooting and selecting the delete key. If it shows under the memory speed, that it is the wrong speed, just click on that entry using the arrows esc, and enter keys to navigate the bios program. Highlight it and hit enter, select the proper speed ,hit f 10, and enter to get out of the bios menu. That should set the proper speed if it wasn't correct, good luck, you already did the hard part.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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