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Old 07-07-2012, 06:45 PM   #21
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Default Re: Need help identifying RAM

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Originally Posted by setishock View Post
Swagg you can't swap out the cpu's on low end laptops like a Dell. They're soldered directly to the motherboard.
Depends what the model is.

I've found a surprisingly large amount have removable CPUs

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Originally Posted by HP_on_Linux
there is openings on back of your laptop unscrew them and you see harddrive ram video card etc.... Pull battery and touch a table or sonething to discharge static electricity the clips holding the ram card just push out away from the card it pops up pull out push in new card snug push down into clips and there you go new ram, a pc tech to upgrade ram is really wasting money! Now processor I can do but it a bit more complicated
Yeah, it's easy to do once you know how.

Like quantum physics is easy when you know what you're doing.

People learn at their own pace, do not call someone stupid again please...
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