Installing RAM on an HP 6735

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newburghsux

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As stated in the title I have an HP Pavillion 6735 series. I found compatible RAM here: http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=Pavilion+6735

I was wondering if it's hard to do for someone like myself who knows just about nothing about what the inside of a computer even looks like. I've seen it done on a Dell Laptop before and it's relatively easy. Just wondering if a desktop is really much harder. I was thinking of installing 2 256MB sticks and maxing out my productivity. I currently have 192MB total so you can see why I want to upgrade. Using this thing is like being back in 1999. Thanks in advance for any help/advice I receive here.
 

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Thanks for the quick answer and link. It's worth a shot to try and speed this up. I'm hoping regular retail stores have my compatible ram sitting around.
 

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Thanks for the replies. I took apart my PC tonight, took out the memory and put it back in just as sort of a test run. (I followed the pages you guy linked me to of course.) Everything is well, so when I get my ram (tomorrow) I'll just do the same thing and hope everything goes well again. Thanks again guys.
 
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