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Adding memory My Aspire3003LC has got 256MB DDR memory. I've got my hands on some extra but need to know how to install it. Before I reach for my screwdriver can I get some advice as to where I need to put it?

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  • Rosemary Power May 23, 2007

    I'm 100% sure the memorys right. Thanks for the advice!



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General advice. under the base there is a flap with a large slot screw. your manual should tell you how to do it. Or seek help from the Acer Tech Support. Are you sure you have the correct memory?

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