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What type of RAM this laptop uses so I can upgrade it from 512 MB..I need to know how many pins it uses and that kind of stuff.... Thanks in advance...

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The ram you need is 184 pin DDR 333 SDRAM The max you can install is 1.0 GB. Good Luck!

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