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Ram i was wondering how i could make my computer go there a way i can get an upgrade or a device that i can put in my computer to get more ram for my computer.

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  • arodthegod Jul 06, 2008

    what do i need to get to have more ram on my computer

  • arodthegod Jul 07, 2008

    its a dell emachines

  • arodthegod Jul 07, 2008

    i mean intel emachine

  • arodthegod Jul 07, 2008

    i am unable to find it.

  • arodthegod Jul 07, 2008

    do u have any more details?

  • arodthegod Jul 07, 2008

    do u know were i can find the model at?

  • arodthegod Jul 07, 2008

    i am 12 my mom told me to ask u guys how to get more ram power

  • arodthegod Jul 07, 2008

    what is a model number?

  • arodthegod Jul 07, 2008

    ok it is t3406

  • arodthegod Jul 07, 2008

    ok thank you and have a great day

  • Kevin Shafer
    Kevin Shafer May 11, 2010

    What kind of computer?


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I need the model number please.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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  • Kevin Shafer
    Kevin Shafer Jul 07, 2008

    Okay it is an EMachines, but is it a t2232 or something? It will have a model number either on the front or on a sticker on the back. Once I have that, I can tell you how much and what type of memory to buy.

  • Kevin Shafer
    Kevin Shafer Jul 07, 2008

    Okay, the maximum memory your computer can hold is 2 GB. Since you already have at least one slot full, you can add 1 GB to the spare slot or take out the memory that you already have in there and add 2 GB, 1 in each slot. So, in other words, you can get one or two of them. One should be plenty, though.

    This is the memory that you need.

    Thanks and please rate this solution as fixya.

  • Kevin Shafer
    Kevin Shafer Jul 07, 2008


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