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Hey whatsup, I want to upgrade my memory and possibly my proccessor


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Charliee03

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Hey...

My computer runs a little slow, applications open slow ect

I have WindowsXP Media Center

Pentium 4 3.0 GHz

& 512 Ram

I definatly want to add another memory stick to it but Im not sure how to get the right one

And is it possiable to upgrade my processor?

I was just wondering what are some of the best, trusted sites to buy from

Thanxs,
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wannabe1

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Hi Charliee03...

Go HERE and run your machine across the "Memory Advisor"...that will tell you what RAM your motherboard requires. You've already got a pretty fair processor, bumping up the RAM by another 512 or even 1024MB would bring a noticeable improvement in performance.

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Charliee03

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Thanks for the quick reply, help much aprreciateed

but I cant find my model name on the site

I have an HP a1312n Media Center
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wannabe1

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Go HERE and scroll down to the Memory section. You might print this page out...there's a lot of good information on your machine on that spec sheet.
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