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Turn the PC off, unplug the power cable and turn case on its side.
Remove the cover from the side and you should be able to see the
Motherboard and the spare slots. Simply push the new RAM chips in to
the available slots and click them into place.
Close the case, plug back in and boot up. You should see the PC memory checking then it'll boot. Check the RAM has been picked up by PC by right clicking on 'my computer' and going to properties. It should now show the amount of RAM you have installed.
This is pretty much the standard way to perform this procedure on any desktop PC so should be the same for yours.
The slots will look similar to this:
Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
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