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Re: Help Access and Insall RAM to Acer Asspire 7720...
No its not easy to access original one but you can add addition RAM to your lap.
on bottom of your lap you can find screws for a small rectangle area. just open it and there is the place where you can put additional RAM
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Most laptops have a panel on the bottom of the laptop that provides access to the RAM memory slot/s. Remove this panel to reveal the RAM slot, Insert a RAM module that is the same make and model as the original one. If your laptop has a single 512Mb RAM module then add another 512Mb of RAM to increase the total RAM to 1Gb.
RAM or memory is a physical component that needs to be installed in your laptop/notebook.
If you are technical enough to do this, you just need to purchase the exact memory module compatible for your laptop and install it yourself. Or, it will be better if you can have a local technician from a local computer shop install it yourself to make sure that it's installed correctly.
I don't know your model laptop, but most laptops have one or two memory slots on the bottom of the laptop behind a panel. Remove the panel to reveal the RAM slot/s. When installing RAM, say 1Gb when there is two 256Mb RAM modules, then you need to replace the existing RAM with two 512Mb RAM modules. Make sure the new RAM is the same speed as the original RAM or faster RAM.
Laptops are notoriously difficult to upgrade with one exception. Luckily, that exception is one of the quickest and best ways to improve the performance of your Acer laptop. Adding more RAM will speed up your laptop and boost its performance. Be aware, though, that Acer is also notorious for its "hidden memory compartment" under the keyboard.
Adding RAM to Your Acer Laptop
Unplug your laptop from the AC power source and remove the battery.
Protect your computer from static electricity by grounding yourself with an ESD wrist strap or through another grounding method.
Locate the memory access door for the main memory module. It should be on the back of your computer.
Unscrew the memory access door and remove it.
Remove the RAM module by applying gentle outward pressure to the securing clips on either side of the RAM module until they release.
Rotate the RAM module upward to a 45 degree angle and slide it out of the slot.
Align the new RAM module with the tab in the connector slot.
Slide it firmly into place and gently rotate it downward until it clicks into place.
Replace the memory access door.
Replace the battery and power up the computer. It should recognize the added memory and reconfigure itself for use.
If you can access the memory module by removing some of the screws at the back of your laptop, you can easily add RAM if there are vacant slots for another RAM in the RAM slot. Ideally, the RAM should be of the same memory capacity as the original RAM installed in your laptop. Just handle the RAM module at the edges so you don't damage the sensitive components. You can avoid this by discharging static electricity from your body by placing your hands on a grounded object.