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01-30-2012 03:25 AM
Due to receive an HP Mini 210-3025sa within the next day or so, and the first thing I wish to do is replace the existing 1GB memory module with 2GB.
However, I note from the product specifcation page that, apparently, the maximum it is upgradeable to is 1GB? Is this correct, as from what I can see, the 3025sa is the same as the 3000sa bar the bundled software - and that takes 2GB?
Any help or assistance would be greatly appreciated.
01-30-2012 04:54 AM
The way HP stated the memory info on your notebook's support and driver page is misleading.
|Memory||1 GB DDR3|
Upgradeable to 1 GB DDR3
What this means is that the notebook comes with 1 GB. You can upgrade it another 1 GB.
However, there is only one memory slot, so you will need to remove the current 1 GB chip and replace it with a 2 GB DDR3 memory module, which you already knew.
01-30-2012 04:57 AM
Thanks for the reply.
HP have a strange way of wording things, but it makes sense, I guess!
I've a 2GB memory module on the way, so will update this thread when it arrives.