I have already ordered memory. Previously fitted memory to the wife Dell with no problems, but this Acer Aspire 7520 Notebook is different. I don’t know how to fit it so I need a diagram or pictures to do the job
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Well... if your target is the motherboard replacement (and nothing else is going wrong except of your motherboard), you don't need to reinstall the OS again (op hard disk).... if your new motherboard is axactly the same brand/model as the old one, nothing more you need to do, but only the to replace the old motherboard by the new one!!!
This is the standard equipment for your model. Problem is, your system is already maxed out for heat. If you add a faster CPU, you will most likely suffer from overheating, but yes you can add up to a 3 gig+ duo with no problem fitting it in the socket. Expect your power supply fan to run constantly though.
1.86GHz Core 2 Duo E6300 Memory:
1GB DDR2 Storage:
320GB hard drive Optical Drives:
Double-layer DVD±RW Monitor:
Integrated Intel GMA 3000 Operating System:
Windows Vista Home Premium
Go with Crucial. I recently used then as the vendor to get memory for a middle school and all of their memory fit with no problems, the shipping was fast and the scanner worked with new and old computers. I would go for the pc2700, although your wife's computer can take both types, faster is better and the higher the number the faster the ram.
It will be nearly the same, even if the memory is different. Download the manual by clicking on it. when you open PDF page put number 98 (page number75 in document) in the page number box at the bottom of the document. It will open a page with instructions and a picture of the memory door. If you replaced memory on a laptop you should be able to repeat procedure, only big difference is memory specs and position of RAM door.
try fitting 2 different modules in the orange slots, and 2 different modules in the purple.
Also ensure that you have the ram configured correctly in the systems bios setup page.
If they are cutting out, or continually restarting the computer, you,ll probably have to enable Dual Channel Ram configuration in the Bios.
You can only use components compatible with Aspire series computers. Before you choose new components, please ask your authorized Acer dealer whether the part will operate within your Aspire series system. This is noted in your manual pg. 6.
Compatible memory for your Acer. Don't forget your Acer uses an intergrated graphics card that uses your system memory to function.