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Would like to upgrade the memory on my HP Pavilion zv6000 lap top computer and need some advice on what to buy to and how to install; have misplaced my instuction book. Thanks R Martinez The computer is very slow.

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  • Ralph Martinez Mar 14, 2011

    Thanks.

    Will I be replacing the memory or will I be adding a memory chip to it?

    If I am replacing the memory part what happens to the current information? Will it be lost or is it saved in the computer drive?

    Sorry to ask so many questions.



    Ralph

  • Ralph Martinez Mar 15, 2011

    Thanks.
    Where is the store?

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Hi,

Welcome to Fixya. If you want to upgrade the memory or RAM of your laptop you can refer on the specs below. The Maximum RAM that you can install on the computer is 2048MB DDR SDRAM (2 x 1024MB) or 2GB DDR SDRAM (2pcs 1GB) because you only have 2 memory slot on the computer. It uses PC2700 or DDR 333MHz

HP Pavilion Zv6000 Specs

There are two memory slots: one is on the bottom of the laptop, one is under keyboard. Use the guide below on how to install the memory and how to disasseble the laptop.

Memory Installation Guide

If you have questions please let me know. Thanks for using Fixya.

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    Rofel Lantican Mar 14, 2011

    It's up to you if you want to upgrade up to 2GB of memory you currently have 512MB if you upgrade to 2GB. In that case you will be removing the 512 that is installed on the computer. it means that it will be 4x faster that the original memory. Nothing will be erased on the system because you will just upgrading the memory so you don't have to worry. Just remember the specs of the memory that you need its a PC2700 or DDR 333Mhz. You can bring the computer to the store just bring a copy of the installation guide ive provided to you for reference. Thanks

  • Rofel Lantican
    Rofel Lantican Mar 14, 2011

    I suggest if you will be ugrading upgrade it to the maximum capacity of the system for better performance. 2 x 1GB PC2700 or 2GB of memory. Thanks

  • Rofel Lantican
    Rofel Lantican Mar 15, 2011

    you can buy it in the nearest computer station on your area just ask if they have the memory

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