Question about Gateway Computers & Internet
Want to upgrade the ram
Very carefully! actually i have not worked on allinones. i know that if you have a warranty it may be voided if you don't take it to shop? you can usually go online and ask the 'HOW TO..' web site. Just put in the mfg, model number of pc saying 'how do i take back off of (information)'. if it is too new to have solution, go to Gateway web site and download User Manual which should tell you how to do repairs. it will be in PDF(adobe) format. Just put in model id or serial tag number of your pc and Gateway will show you the downloads, etc.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The system takes PC133 SDRAM, as far as i know without performing a BIOS flash it can take up to 1GB (2x512MB) most of these PC's are restricted to 2x256 so a BIOS flash could be imminent in this case.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
You should go to the Gateway site and look up that model.
Here's the link:
FYI, there should be a little door on the back that has one or two screws that, when unfastened, expose the memory. But look it up just to be sure
Posted on Feb 17, 2012
In addition to the two screws on the back, there are also screws under the rubber feet at the bottom. Carefully peel them off so you can stick them back on later.
Next, there are 2 screws behind the optical drive. Open the drive, carefully snap off the bezel, then remove those two screws and close the tray.
Last, you will need to take off the stand. Carefully snap off the plastic hiding the hinge then remove the 3 screws and the stand.
Now you will be able to snap off the entire back of the system. It's not easy but not that hard either. Just go slow, start where any damage won't be visible and work your way around.
Now once that's off, there is a big metal plate covering the motherboard. Remove 12 screws around the plate and it lifts off so you can finally access the 2 ram slots.
It does use standard laptop so-dimms, DDR3.
Posted on Aug 23, 2012
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