Windows Vista 64Bit and Ram??

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Wyatt R Hicks

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Ok, lemme start with what i have. i have window vista 64bit home premium edition..and i have 2 ram slots with a total of 4gigs. i want to know if i can upgrade to more ram..but limited to only my two slots? any help guys.:confused:
 
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Are you having problems with speed and that is why you want to increase RAMs?
If you have a spare SD Card with at least 8GB you could try Speedboost, it will help a little bit.
If your machine is in good shape and you have a bit of Pocket money, you could try Win7, it works a bit better than Vista.
Just a thought.
Ray
 

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Wyatt:

With a triple-core processor and 4 GB of RAM, your Acer Aspire AX3200 shouldn't be having a slowness issue.

DoubleHelix already advised you that it's already maxed out on RAM, so adding more isn't an option.

Can you advise us why you wanted to add more RAM?

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Wyatt R Hicks

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much really just wanted it to handle more multitasking..i saw that some people had only two slot. but they put 4gb ram per slot. but im just gonna up grade to the phenom quad cores :) are those any good..cause this triple is good..but i want more.
 
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