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I wonder could anyone help me.I need to know how I go about installing extra gb of ram into my asus f3jp laptop.Do I just switch it off, open the case,plug it in,close and restart the machine?

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You need to check what ram it takes ,how much in total is able to be installed on the mobo,sometime you need to go into the bios then exit "saving changes" then reboot .
also some laptops have two places for ram (i am not talking about video ram)so it can get a bit tricky to remove the casing

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Yes you are right u just switch off the laptop open the case and plug it in ,....the memory will automatically recogonise it......

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