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Advent 9315 laptop memory increase, is there a way..??

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by liviococcia, Apr 22, 2010.

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  1. liviococcia

    liviococcia Thread Starter

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    Hello Members
    I have a Advent 9315 laptop running Vista, at the moment it has 2gig and i have been told that there is only 1 slot for memory

    Does anyone know if there is a second hidden memory slot inside the laptop itself? if not, can a single stick of 4gig ram be purchased and would it work in the motherboards only slot given any BIO's issues?.

    If there is no possibilities of doing any of the above, is it possible to use the 'Ready-boost' system through the '4in1' card reader with any noticeable success? if this is possible, what would be the best make of flash card to use for this purpose?

    Members help would be very grateful

    Kind regards
    Livio
     
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    The manufacturer says only one slot, 2GB max. I doubt they would lie as that would unnecessarily de-value their product.

    ReadyBoost has minimal affect unless the system has less then 1GB of RAM.

    2GB of RAM isn't too bad for Vista 32 bit as long as you keep a clean computer.
     
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