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HOw to update my computers RAM


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mackie-007

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HI i am just wondering what the diffrent wasys to upgrade my RAM are and a kind of rough prize (£)






THANKS FOR YOUR HELP !!!
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jaxisland

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There is really only one way to upgrade RAM, buy more. Go to a site like memoryup.com let it scan your computer and tell you what you need. From there you can search on prices from different sellers.

Is that what you mean?
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What will your motherboard support?

If it can support 2 gigs.....

PRICE ESTIMATE: POUNDS, well for 2 gigs about 150 pounds give or take $$ depending on the brand, 200.00 American.
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simply click the ram cards out of your motherboard and replace with the newer ones, make sure there compatible with your motherboard, i looked on amazon.co.uk and found 512mb RAM for around £45, 1GB for around £70.
regards hope it helps
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hi,

crucial will do it for - http://www.crucial.c...fgr.asp?cat=RAM

cheers...xxx1
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