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Posted by Anonymous on
1)Shut the computer off and remove the plug in for the Powersupply.
2)Open the case
3)Locate the RAM location. It should be behind the processor and should have a white tab on the end.
4)Depress the white tab on each end which should allow you to remove the RAM. If you are installing make sure they are depressed and push the RAM into place. It should only fit in one direction due to the notches in the RAM itself. After putting them in place push the tabs on the side back up if they have not already latched into place.
5)Then put everything back together and put the case back on.
6)Plug back in and enjoy.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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hlo hyn you should get RAM 200/266 MHz of 512mb or 1Gb
below are the specifications your motherboard can support.
for more info click this link http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845gbv/sb/cs-012820.htm
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