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Inspiron 1000 2gb upgrade

The official fact for the old model is 256mb(built in or u can say soldered)+empty slot which can take another 256.I have read from different forums that one can actually put in 1gb and 1gb and it will work if somehow the soldered ram is removed.I would like to know how todo this bcoz my product is out of warranty and I need speed now but dont have dollars.

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In order to do this you would have to take the keyboard off and start there if it is not under the keyboard than it is on one of the other layers of motherboard. In any case it is a job and a half. It is doable but if you take it apart and forget how to put it back together, not fun. I hope this helps. It is usually under the keyboard though. Any other questions please feel free to ask me. thank you and have a great day

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