Sunday, July 25, 2010

How to add RAM to a laptop

9:11 PM
In the case of the RAM, found one of the disadvantages of portable computers: while the desktop is relatively easy to place a large amount of memory on motherboard (thanks to the expansion slots included), here this ability is quite limited.
First, most laptops already include a certain amount of RAM, which is itself soldered on the motherboard (motherboard). Arguably, this is your base memory and delivered to the user as is if not requested to acquire a greater capacity. In modern computers, including memory ranges from 2 to 4GB, enough for a home or office work normal, but that is inadequate for certain demanding applications.

If the user wishes to increase the amount of memory, you can always resort to the insertion of a module, which is considerably smaller than we are accustomed to seeing on desktop machines. This reduction, which is essential for the module fits in the limited space of a laptop, bring the result that there is no production capacity as high and as wide laptop includes only one or two memory expansion slots; this severely limits the maximum amount of RAM capable of being connected to the computer.

Upgrading RAM is a very simple step: 
Check your laptop's manual to locate the plastic cover should be removed and left exposed the memory expansion slot, insert the memory module so that the notch matches the brings the slot limit to prevent reverse insertion, then push firmly until you hear the distinctive click that indicates that the side latches were secured to the module in place.
When you upgrade your memory you should carefully check the computer manual if you do not need any special. If you cannot he can go to the website of the manufacturer or seek the help that we provided the site of Kingston, one of the leading memory manufacturers worldwide in your site:, to identify the type of module to be purchased.


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