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I don't have manual to eMonster 1000B to find illustrated procedure to install more memory. Can you direct me to an illustrated guide?

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If you open up your tower and look on the motherborad there should be eather two or three slots for your memory, sometimes they put a total of four slots, you will have to determine witch way the memory card has to go in there is only one way that it goes in . if you are replaceing one then there are white prongs on eather end you will have push down on to pop out the other memory card out .

hope this works for you

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