Re: How much RAM can I upgrade to
Correction: "...and gives now instructions..." sb "...and gives no
"Colin Barnhorst" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> That can happen. My wife has a laptop that has one of the memory slots in
> the bottom, which is easily accessible by removing the door. But the
> other one is under the keyboard and requires removal of the keyboard to
> change the memory card. One would never know this from merely inspecting
> the laptop. One would think there was only one memory slot. The online
> user manual never mentions this second slot and gives now instructions
> about it. I had to ask at the computer store to learn that there was a
> second slot.
> "Radeksgrl" <Radeksgrl@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> Thanks to all who helped me with this issue. It seemed I was a little
>> confused, I didn't realize there were two memory slots, each with 1GB
>> capacity. I upgraded the RAM last night with 1GB in each slot, and it's
>> I have a new computer. On top of that, one of my 512 RAM modules was not
>> properly seated, so I was really only running on 512 GB total RAM. No
>> it took 30 minutes jsut to restart the compute! With the 2GB of RAM it
>> only take 5 minutes to restart - wonderful!
>> "Mike Hall - MVP" wrote:
>>> "Radeksgrl" <Radeksgrl@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >I have a HP Pavilion dv2315nr Entertainment Notebook PC. The store i
>>> > it from claims it was sold to me with 1GB RAM and that the is RAM is
>>> > expandlable to 2 GB. I called HP and was told that 1GB is the max
>>> > memory
>>> > capacity for the model I have. It there any way to check the computer
>>> > itself
>>> > (hardware ?), to see how much RAM is currently on it and how much I
>>> > can
>>> > expand the RAM to?
>>> Your machine has two memory slots, each of which can accommodate a 1gb
>>> It is best to use matching modules, so if yours has two 512mb modules,
>>> would be best to swap them both out..
>>> Mike Hall - MVP
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