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Where is the RAM SIMM Slots in a NEC Versa LX?

I was wondering if you knew where the RAM SIMM Slot is?... I found the Hard Drive and the Processor but don't know where the RAM location is. Any help would help.


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The SO DIMMs (RAM) slot is located below the keyboard on these.

Just a quick note:
Installed Size: 64 MB / 256 MB (max)
Technology: SDRAM
Form Factor: SO DIMM 144-PIN

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1. (VIDEO CARD)- remove the video card clean it up... you can use eraser...make sure to remove the dust/lint .....

2. (RAM)- If the problem is the ram ... its the same.. remove the ram clean it..the same as you clean the video card...but if you put back the ram to the slot...make it sure to lock it up and tighten up..just monitor it that its not loosen...

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I am having hp 530 laptop with intel core duo inside,512mb RAM,80 gb hard disk.I want to upgrade my processor,ramand hard disk. can i do it ? upto what limit ?

Unfortunately I would have to say no, you won't be able to upgrade the processor. I located a user manual at

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B) What is the Maximum Amount for EACH ram slot.
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