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Sunday, October 22, 2017

Memory Installation Support

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Memory Installation Support
Q. When upgrading more memory in a system , do I have to move or remove the older memory?
A. Yes,you can simply add the new module to your computer without removing the old module.

In certain cases you'll need to remove the lower-density modules and replace them with high-density modules to reach the maximum memory capacity.

For example, if your PC has two slots, came with a single 64MB module, and the maximum capacity is 512MB, you'll need to remove the 64MB module and add two 256MB modules to maximize your memory.

Keep in mind, in some older system you'll need to make sure that modules are the same size and are installed in pairs.
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