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Adding more memory to my inspiron notebook

I bought two 512 mb of ram to put in my inspiron notebook. I found the one slot under my computer but do not know where the second one is. Is is underneath the first one?

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Ther is only 1 slot you can use to up grade it with if you want a gig of ram in it you will need to buy a 1 gig stick for it whitch will give you a tottol of 1.24gigs of ram

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The second slot on the 2200 is under the keyboard.

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Figure 1: Checking your current memory configuration with Everest.
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