According to your describe, your slow TravelMate laptop can caused by various hidden Windows errors. Those problems firstly cause your Acer slow, and then freeze up occasionally. One day crash all of a sudden! To quickly fix the problem, see resolution here: http://www.speedupacer.com/ Should help you out, good luck!
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Re: Need to speed up my Acer Travelmate 2410
Your upgrade to !GB should do it .I would also try a larger hard drive.http://www.user-guides.co.uk/acer/acermanuals/acer.asp?keywords=acer%20travelmate%202200%20manual.http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=185646 these two links may also be helpful.RICHARDM69
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Hi Thanks for your question
For two memory modules to work together they need to be the same speed. For example PC2-4200 module will not work correctly with PC2-3200. This website provides program that will scan your RAM and tell you exactly what you need. http://www.crucial.com/uk/systemscanner/index.aspx
Download the scanner and run it. Once it's finished it will show you page with results. On the bottom of this page you have information about currently installed RAM. Buy one to go with it and you should be back on your track. Good Luck
Your particular model of laptop will allow up to 2GB of memory. Each memory slot can hold DDR PC2700 with a maximum of 1GB per slot.
As for the hard drive, I believe the standard 2.5" drive is compatible in any size you'd prefer.
Acer's support isn't the best. IMHO But go to their support site anyway and look up your laptops manual (there should be instructions on upgrading your RAM there). I did find that your machine will accept up to 4GB of RAM 2 X 2GB sticks. There should be a door or port (for easy user RAM upgrading) that is being overlooked, but again it is an Acer. Good luck.
to upgrade your laptop's memory here's the info you need to order the new module or modules