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How do I install upgraded memory sticks?

I am upgrading a Latitude D600 laptop from 512MG to 2GB. I have purchased the new memory from www.crucial.com. I need instructions on how to install the new memory.

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  • pnardi2 Dec 29, 2008

    It sounds good. As soon as I get the memory I'll give it a shot.



    Thanks,



    Paul A. Nardi

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Usually, you just remove a panel from the bottom of your laptop and there should be a couple of slots. all you then do is gently but firmly push you memory into the slot and when do,replace the panel and turn the computer on and all should be done

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