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I have 64mb RAM installed on my amity cn2 computer - 32 base and 32 upgrade from previous owner. Would it make a difference to remove the 32 and put a 64 in for 96 (max supported)? And if so, where is the memory compartment? I can't find it.

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    i don't know how to open up the computer. Do I just start undoing screws on the back?

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It is all inside the CPU, you can see the memory module in the motherboard... its very easy to find in it because if you have 64MB right now, they were the same object or pieces...

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