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No, you've got it in one.
I think you'd only have two memory slots anyway.. so shut down, unplug the power, then remove the existing memory. Push the white tabs that are on either end of the memory out and down until the memory pops loose. Remove it, then install the new memory the same way around.
I'm not sure if your motherboard can support 2gb of RAM, but in any case, that is the correct procedure for upgrading memory.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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