There are 2 memory slots - one as seen in the video link posted above (known as the External Memory Module), which will address most people's question, however there is another one located underneath the keyboard (known as the Internal Memory Module). I attach a link to the service documentation, which contains information on how to access this (and just about anything else you'd need to!!) http://bizsupport.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00502970/c00502970.pdf
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You need to install more RAM. The laptop has a spare memory slot behind a panel on the bottom of the laptop. Remove this panel and have a look at the existion RAM module and get another RAM module exactlt the same and insert it into the empty 2nd RAM slot. This will double your extisting RAM.
Hi you have to remove the 1st memory and you might see the other slot on the underneath.
Please see picture below
after removing teh 1st one check if theres another slot underneath the 1st slot. I checked the user manual and it did show that it has 2 memory slot and most laptop does have 2 slots.
You may also want to check this manual for reference
Please click here
Hope This help you
Hi, Inspect the memory slot carefully. If there are are bent pins in the slot , you can probably align them with a pointed tip. Otherwise the best option would to replace the motherboard. Because after the process RAM is the fastest component in the computer. Out of experience in repairing the motherboards ,i recommend to replace the motherboard.
most probably the problem that you have is not on the RAM stick itself but on the memory slot. Both memories can be detected by slot 1 indicates that both are working.. both working memories cant be detected in slot 2 which indicates a bad memory slot
It has a memory card slot (left-side towards the front), but your particular memory card might be too big for the slot. There are several different variations of memory cards out now. Of course the newer the variation, the smaller that card is. This laptop is fairly new so it might not be compatible with your memory card. Does your camera have a USB cable for transferring pictures? If so, then just use that.
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if you only have 1 slot, on the underside of the laptop.
it,s most likely, if there are any more slots, they,ll be under the Keyboard.
This will possibly be, where the 512 mb is now, although some laptops do have on-board memory chips from 256-512mb. ( try under the Keyboard )