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Memory upgrade on HP Media Center m1264n?

I opened the case, but the place where i need to install the memory chips is being blocked by other parts of the inside of the computer.
I have no problem digging around in there so long as somebody gives me clear directions. Please help.

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What is that part that is obstructing the RAM fitting place , it may be DVD drive came too close to the RAMS dont worry just see the screws of drive take them out from both sides and just slide ur drive out from there in the front direction now u can easily replace rams other wise send me a photo of ur mother board and casing i will provide u solution on zohail2008@yahoo.com

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