Question about Acer Computers & Internet
I am putting in more RAM/CPU
i cant find my computers exact specifications so i know what to order.
You can always power off the computer and remove one of the memroy sticks and it should be labeled I.E. DDR,DDR2 followed by the speed, I.E. 333 or 400 or 800.
Sometimes the manufacturer puts the mother board model number printed on the circuit board in big letters. regular DDR cost more than DDR2 and you cant fit DDR2 in regular DDR memory slots.
You can pull out one of the memroy sticks and take it with you to a store and tell them you want that kind but a bigger stick, like a Gig stick and the fastest you can get.
The processor will have its model number printed on it, the socket the CPU goes into will have a number like 756 ot A2 or similar, that will tell you what type of chips it supports.
If you can get the model number of the mother board you can go online to the manufacturers web site and try downloading the specs/manual.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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