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I need to know if your laptop supports 8GB and is it 64bit. If not 64bit the machine cannot use more than 3.8GB. If it supports 8GB remove the 4GB chipe and fit the two new 4GB chips. They must be exactly the same or you will have problems.
You do not remove the keyboard in order to fit your memory (Ram). You have to unscrew the bottom panel of your Laptop. Some laptops come with a section where you open at the bottom so that you can have easy access to fitting in memory. There is usually two panels at the bottom one for the Hard drive and the other for the memory. if you do not have this you then have to unscrew the whole bottom to get to the motherboard and then the memory itself.
Hi, Most notebooks have a memory access panel on the under side of the unit. Unscrew the fastener and you'll see the memory modules. These are held in by metal leaf springs on either side. Pull these away from the module and the module will move up. Pull the module out and reverse the procedure when fitting new memory. Make sure the laptop is turned off and unplugged, and make sure you are grounded whilst removing and fitting memory modules.
You have 2 options. You can connect the phone to your laptop using the micro usb cable. It has a narrow plug which fits into the phone and a wider one which fits into the usb port on the laptop and should have come with the phone. The other option is to buy a card reader for your laptop. These take lots of different types of cards and plug into the usb port on the laptop. The memory card with your phone is a Micro SD card so make sure the card reader you buy is reads these. The card readers are available for around 10 euros from places like Tesco or from computer shops.
most hp/compaq laptops will have memory slots located under the keyboard, and sometimes an additional memory slot accessed through a panel on the bottom of the notebook. In your case, you have 2 memory slots located under the keyboard. Officially, this unit only supports up to 256 mb memory modules for a maximum of 512 MB of memory so if you already have that, be aware that larger capacity memory modules may not work.
usuall memory module is on bottom of lap top you need a screvdriver to open small door,and then you see old memory module.insert new,and !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! when you do that pull up the batery and remove charger from laptop