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How do I upgrade the RAM
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how do I instal two
As far as I know with that PC, there are 4 slots for RAM. Depending on what you have installed already some of those slots will be used.
Turn the PC off, unplug the power cable and turn case on its side. Remove the cover from the side and you should be able to see the Motherboard and the spare slots. Simply push the new RAM chips in to the available slots and click them into place.
Close the case, plug back in and boot up. You should see the PC memory checking then it'll boot. Check the RAM has been picked up by PC by right clicking on 'my computer' and going to properties. It should now show the amount of RAM you have installed.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
SOURCE: installing a 2nd 256m ram
Installing more memory to a pc is very universal and is done the same way into all computers out there.
First unplug your pc
Open the side cover or remove the cover debending on your pc case.
Turn the pc sideways on the floor or table
and locate the memory slots near the cpu.
In this pc we have 3 memory modules installed
In this case I would have to remove one of the original memory modules first before installing a new one.
But in your computer you should have a extra slot open.
Simply insert the memory into the slot and turn the white switches on the sides to lock the memory in.
And you are done.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
Yes you can upgrade the card. For information regarding video card refer to website belwo
You can purchase teh AGP video card for the computer with higher memory.
Currently your video card is with 64Mb, try for 512MB or higher version. Do not go for PCI Express or PCI video card. The computer will support only AGP.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
If you look along the top edge of the escape/function/del keys, there are several small plastic tabs that hold the keypad in place. Use a very small flat head screwdriver to push these back from one corner across to the other, gently lifting the keypad as you go. When you press back the last tab, the keypad should just pop out but take care as it's connected by a cable at the bottom edge of the keys. The RAM slots are located under a thin metal cover under the keypad. You'll need a very small philips head screwdriver to undo this. After installing RAM, replace the metal cover then pop the keypad back in, bottom edge first and just press down the top edge and the plastic tabs should snap back into place. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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