Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
You can do the installation yourself as it's pretty straight forward (all you will need is a screwdriver to remove the cover plate that covers the RAM). You can identify the RAM plate by looking on the back of your laptop. The RAM plate will have a small (and I mean, very small) picture of a RAM chip next to it. Once you've found it, you will see two screws (these may be hidden by labels or rubber pads). Simply remove the screws, remove the plate, take out the old RAM chip, and pop in the new ones. If you need to identify the type of RAM to purchase, I'd recommend either consulting your laptops documentation (or the documentation on the manufacturers website if you don't have a hard copy), or by; 1. Downloading Aida32 http://archives.mysteryfcm.co.uk/?f=System/Diagnostics/Aida32 2. Popping along to Crucial www.crucial.com Crucial requires ActiveX, and will automatically detect the type of RAM required for your system.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If you are referring to computer RAM always put the largest ram module closest the CPU central processing unit
try to keep the same brand and type of ram the same ie: ddr ddr3.......
you will be able to read the ram type on the ram already inside
make sure you secure the ram modules by pressing the levers down firmly at both ends of of there sockets
make sure your computer is turned of before you attempt this
be sure to wear an earth strap before touching anything inside your computer
the ram modules sockets are located near your cpu
If you're not sure if a module is right for your system, use the Crucial Memory Advisor tool for a list of guaranteed compatible modules.
hope this helps you
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