Question about Computers & Internet
You can log on to one of 2 sites, Crucial or Orca, both ram suppliers.
They have a scan function or you can load your laptop model details, the first is easiest.
After scanning, the web site will tell you what ram you have got, how much you have got and how much you can use.
Both sites are reputable, you don't have to buy from them, but the remember to note down all the
details before you buy more ram.
Ram is very specific, if you get the wrong sort,k it won't work.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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