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Yes, it would be best to take the old RAM out.
I am assuming that this is 1 stick totalling 2GB. Optimally it would be good to have 2 x 1GB modules totaling 2GB, so they could work together. Otherwise, yes, just remove the the old ram and install the new module.
If you are running a 32bit operating system, 3GB is all the system can use anyway.
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basically its RAM compatibility issue check the ram specs is it ddr 2 with the specs that suits ur system or not
if u put 1 gb and 1gb it gives u issues then kindly check the DDR2 PC???? check is it 2100 4200 or 5300 what is ur orig ram rating try the same rating and then check pls also check the bus speed is it 533mhz or 667 or 800mhz
pls only use the compatible ram with ur laptop kingston are good with acer bcoz originally it comes with hynix chip and kingston chips nomally and sometimes samsung chips let me know about the detailed specs of all chips with all digits written on them