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Your system can actually support 4 GB of memory. you can refer to the online user manual for reference on how you can remove the existing memory modules to install the new ones. You can access the manual at this link:
NOTE: it may also be a good idea to go to support.dell.com, click the Downloads/Drivers link, enter your Service Tag, then view the updated BIOS. If it applies to you including the fixes and specially if it says Urgent or Recommended, you may want to download and install it.
also, note that if you use 4GB of memory on a Windows OS 32-bit edition, even if BIOS shows the correct amount of memory, the operating system may reported more than 2 GB up to about more than 3GB but less then 4 GB . This is a limitation on the architecture of the operating system and not really a problem since portion of the memory is being assigned to other components that uses it like the onboard video controller.
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