by pgc3 - 6/5/12 9:13 AM
In Reply to: Hi by nilocp
IF the RAM is compatible and there is an advantage (more memory capability) the existing chips would have to be removed prior to replacement, most laptops have two memory slots. BUT I reiterate, you first need to know IF the chips are interchangeable and that there would be an advantage to the changeout, that is the reason for doing a crucial check unless you are familiar with RAM and the hardware that you are working with. It is not a good idea to just randomly swap out memory without checking system/memory parameters it can/could be disastrous.
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