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I assume you are referrring to memory (RAM) from the sizes you are quoting. You need to turn off the power, open the box, ground yourself to remove static and look for the memory modules on the main board. They will be about 5" long, very slim and in sockets. They will likely be in pairs, so make sure you note which sockets they are in. Take the modules to a computer store ande ask for a pair of 256MB modules and replace them. You may be able to add it to the existing if there are free slots. Be very careful with the sockets as they can be easily broken, and keep any static away from the modules and the system. handle them only by the edges. If you are unsure, get some knowledgable help.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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