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Whats my max?


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LiaoGoren

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How do I figure out the max ram my laptop will take?

HP says 2048, 2 sticks of 1gig

however bestbuy where I bought it says 1gig is the max...

is there a program that will tell me the max I can get??

Thanks for your help

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Neil Jones

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Well HP made the thing so I think they'd know how much it can take.
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Thats what I would say as well but if you look up the puter there it just says ze4900 series... not my specific model, bestbuy you can look up the model number number... so which is right?

the service tag number on the bottom of the laptop is ze4930us I think thats the specific model number... but HP says that dont excist... aint there a program that will tell you, what you have in your puter and what your max is??
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http://www.memorysto...onze4930us.html


That site says 1.0gb
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Thats what I am thinking is the max, all other places I check say 1gig, but then the people who made the dang thing say 2gig... it frustrates the heck out of me...lol

Thanks for all the help folks, I think I will just put two sticks of 512 in it and leave it at that... its probally the best this old laptop will take anyway :whistling:
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Glad we could help! :whistling:
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