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crjdriver

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No one [other than you] has any idea what hardware you are running. You need to post your exact system specs; ie exact motherboard, exact ram now installed, and exact operating system ie windows 32bit, windows 64bit.
If this is a big box system ie dell, hp, whatever, then post the exact brand, model# and service tag#
Without that info, no one can tell you how much ram your system can use
 

crjdriver

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OK, you are NOT understanding. If you want an answer, you need to post the info requested. No one can help you until they know what motherboard you are using, what ram is now installed, AND what operating system you are running.
 

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gwopboy814:

The processor(CPU) in your computer may support 8 GB of RAM, but that doesn't necessarily mean its motherboard or Windows operating system supports that amount.

That's why we need to know the description of your computer's motherboard or a description of your computer.

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gwopboy814

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i figured it out with a real tech guy with the info I provided not that serious simple question thanks for nothing guys stop trying to make it harder than what it is you guys need a life this site sucks
 

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There's pretty much nothing that we can do from here when NO information is given to us to work with.
Your "real tech guy" either had a hands-on with your computer or you gave him certain information that you didn't give us.

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