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Where can i download and install more ram on my latitude e5500 . it has 2 gig ram allreadybut i want extend to 4

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    do you have a e5500 too?

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Hi you cannot download RAM , ram is part of the hardware on your laptop, you have to purchase sticks of ram from a computer shop and install it by removing the cover on the underside of the laptop, removing the old memory stick ( ram ) and inserting your new one, but make sure your laptop is capable of taking 4gig as some will already have the maximum amount of ram installed...hope this helps please vote thanks

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  • steve morris
    steve morris May 31, 2010

    no i do not but i know how to get more ram for a laptop thanks for only 2 thumbs

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