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How to expand max memory capacity on acer e500

I have an acer aspire e500 desktop pc (ASE500-U-P6200-R) 2005

the tech spec says: max ram 2 Gb on 2 slots (max 1Gb on each)

is there any way i could expand the max capacity of memory on each slot? for example, 2Gb on 1st slot + 2Gb on 2nd slot so i have 4Gb...

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You see, forcing the slot to receive more than its max (factory-default) capacity could cause unknown side effect that could leads to damage to either memory, mainboard or both.
But if you're lucky, it just detect 2GB but got somewhat increased performance.
But you have to be a risk-taker because I
really, really am not recommend this.

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The Tech is correct. Two Gb Ram is the max ;which is based upon the BIOS and engineering of *********** board limiation.

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