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Want to get more memory what product can i buy for this. where do i purchase and how much memory will it hold

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    Jeffrey Groves Dec 29, 2010

    You'll have to provide the make and model laptop that you are wanting to add memory to. Additionally we would need to know the amount and type of memory already installed.

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Hello, Peggy.

We would be glad to help, but you need to provide more information, such as brand and model of your laptop. And, it would be helpful to know how much memory you have installed. Not all memory is the same for all computers.

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