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Install 2 RAM modules of 1 GB

Hi, I am trying to install 2 RAM modules of 1 GB each in order to have a total of 2 GB RAM. This machine seems to have only one memory expansion slot. Where is the other???

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Hi i have an acer 2700 and i have just tried to add memory. I took the back of my notebook and i had already added 513 last year, i thought their may be 2 slots but thiers not?? the internet says it can accept 2x1gb slots?? i want to ake out the 256mb ram card that he pc comes with , where woukld that be located??? any help would be great??

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Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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The other memory slot is underneath the keyboard. To remove the keyboard, you will have to remove 2 screws from inside the memory expansion area, underneath it's cover. Details can be found on HP's website (http://bizsupport.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00777623/c00777623.pdf)

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The other memory may be soldered in. Check your manual and see if it has any information on additional memory. If you only have on expansion slot you may have to buy larger memory chips. like instead of 2 chips 1 gig each you may have to purchase a 2 gig chip. Computer companies usually make the chip installation easy to get to on lap tops.

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