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NEED HELP ADDING RAM

I HAVE AN ACER 5315-2153 AND I CANT FIGURE OUT WHERE TO ADD THE RAM

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Hi..check out the following image to insert
the RAM in your laptop.
http://images.compusa.com/itemdetails/A265-15001/A265-15001-out8-dw.jpg
try it out..
thank u..
rate me..

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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I hope it helps- please rate me – thanks
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