Question about Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook
I did this 2 days ago on my gf's aspire 5315-2153 (walmart special $348). the underside panel has four tiny screws which must be removed and then the fun begins. The plastic panel is large and doesn't want to be removed. After 20 minutes of cursing, i was able to get it out with two hands and a small screwdriver. The plastic panel has about 7-8 tabs which also hold it in place. The original two memory modules must be removed and the two new ones installed in their place. i bought crucial memory from newegg.com (CT2KIT12864AC667) for $17 delivered (took a week to get) which was much cheaper than buying it direct from crucial.com Save the old memory modules just in case you have a problem with the new ones. After putting them in, I restarted the computer and it booted up fine. No BIOS changes or any of that were necessary. So for $17 and about 30 minutes, this lappy is now running strong with 2gb instead of 1gb. Initial impression is that it boots up faster and shuts down faster but that is about it in terms of improvement!!!
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Check the computer manual if it is compact able with 2 GB ram. if yes there is a memory sole on the bottom the laptop open it you will be able replace the ram.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
How do I proceed to add memory to an Acer Aspire 5315 laptop? I have the memory stick but am unsure about opening the back of the computer
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