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In most pc's you can remove a panel in the back,with a small screwdriver or take the caseing apart the same way,youll have to identify the ram first,check your manufacturers website for compatable products and exact specifications.Then visit your local silicon valley and buy the exact matching product,
beware ,there are many ram types ,and sorta copy manufacturers that guarentee compatability,this is not always the case and the guy in the shop might just try to sell you anything--so be carefull.
When you get your ram, take the old one out carefully,you might have to release a plastic clip at each end gently the remove it and replace with new card.
Keep your hands dry,keep dirt out of the pc and dont scratch the connector "teeth" with any thing
Its an easy job,but get the correct unit. Ok
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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