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Hard drive and memory

I recently bought a 2775Xdvd it came with a 12gig hard drive, and 194mb of ram. The question is can i put a 20 to 60 hard drive in it?
Also i have a another 128 am I able to remove the the 64 and put it in its place? Too have a total of 256megs. Or change them both for 512? And the final Question is where do i find the access panel to change the ram? Thank you in advance Joe F

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The laptop should pick up a 20gb or 60gb ide hard drive with no problem

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