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CAN YOU BUY 1GB UP GRADE MEMORY FOR THIS COMPUTOR

CAN YOU BUY 1GB UP GRADE MEMORY FOR THIS COMPUTeR AND IS IT EASY TO REPLACE

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    Laurence Reeves May 11, 2010

    As in RAM or Memory like the hard drive?

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Yes! it is possible and it is very easy if your motherboard supported it. You can replace.
Thank You

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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