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i have been looking in my manual for how to remove however i done see a part that sais ram.
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Responding to your PM, this is what ram is, click here

If you have any further questions ask here, Best Buy would replace ram probably for a 50$ charge plus the cost of the ram, it might be easier, however like I said there is no guarantee that its the ram, I'm kinda edging towards the hard drive. This possibility however is much harder to cancel out. If the hard drive is the issue, your probably going to have to send it into either Best Buy to fix or the producer of your laptop as I have never seen laptop hard drives for sale anywhere. Ram on the other hand is a much easier task. If you do end up doing it, be sure your in a moist room, neutralize yourself by shocking some medal and if a possibility, highly recommended, buy a anti-static wrist band as a shock is all it takes to fry any computer components.

Read your manual about the location of the ram, I know on dell laptops its on the bottom of your laptop in the middle under a slot, I believe its the M slot located in the center.
If your need any more advice please feel free to post away
James :whistling:

Edited by james_8970, 13 March 2007 - 02:32 PM.

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why are you wanting to remove your ram?

http://www.webopedia...TERM/R/RAM.html <--definition
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ok everyone thanks for your help.
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