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Phyzyprogrammer

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I have Dell with Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU 6300 @1.86GHz 1.86Ghz with 1 GB RAM i want to upgrade my RAM(memory) to 8 GB. Can this can be done. please help me?
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dmccoy

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Please provide the make and model of your dell and service tag if known.


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I really don't know the model, but am sure it's windows vista, windows 7 professional, plus I don't know the service tag
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Until dmccoy has an opportunity to get back to you,  it might be as well as to go to the Crucial site  and let their scanner scan your computer. They will then provide you with all the details of the memory and compatible modules available.

Here's the link

 

www.crucial.com

 

On using Internet Explorer you may be asked to accept an Active X control from that site ...... it is generally considered safe to do so.

Regards

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starjax

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For Dells, if you look at the bottom or back of the system it would be a white tag that is labeled service tag. 


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The best way is to check your service tag after that check your system compatibility on dell website and see if your system supports the higher amount of memory.


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