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Topic # 12593 26-Mar-2007 20:03
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Hey all I'm trying to find a 512MB RAM card for my laptop but its gotten a little complicated has anyone upgraded thier compaq presario V4000 cause I can't work out one which will be compatible with mine

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Reply # 65075 26-Mar-2007 20:08
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You can check Crucial. They have a memory selector there. You can either enter the model or run a small program to identify the memory.







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  Reply # 65086 26-Mar-2007 20:49
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Thanks I think I can work it out hopefully now



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  Reply # 65094 26-Mar-2007 23:18
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Hey how accurate is that sites system check it said my laptop has a extra RAM slot on it

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Reply # 65096 26-Mar-2007 23:39
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I just ran the online scanner, and the only thing it could not pick up on was the support for dual channel with my desktop, this mite be becuase i have a custom built machine not an "off the shelf" pc.



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  Reply # 65098 26-Mar-2007 23:45
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Looks pretty right then looks like I can just get another copy of the RAM i'm using now



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  Reply # 65153 27-Mar-2007 13:38
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Ok I was talking to some mates they said while I was trying to work out a game demo I downloaded that I may actually need to upgrade my video card is this as hard to replace as a RAM card?

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