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How do I know which socket on my mother that I already have in my computer? And which memory I can buy for it?

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The socket # is in the mother board under microprossesor

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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    Radames Pagan Apr 30, 2010

    sorry, in the base of processor.

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To upgrade your memory besure that you will know what is the socket of your memory slot. Before you buy a memory look at your memory socket first so that the memory you buy is totally fix to the socket. Open you unit and look for the memory stick inside. If you dont have a little experience on how to upgrade it's better that you will go to the computer shop to ugrade your unit. So that the upgrading is successful, if you can do it with your own it is ok because it is not expensive.

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