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ZBook 17 G6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have bought a ZBook 17 G6 with a single 16GB stick of RAM installed in Slot #1. I want to upgrade to 32GB, but I am not sure if this means I have to install the second stick of RAM in Slot #2 (which requires a complete disassembly) or Slot #3 which is easily accessible/upgradable by removing the back panel.

Anyone with feedback or experience that could help me?

Thanks for reading!

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@avidvisuals 

 

The manual says it has Four memory module slots; two slots are customer accessible and upgradeable. That means the one is accessible.

 

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BH
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@avidvisuals 

 

The manual says it has Four memory module slots; two slots are customer accessible and upgradeable. That means the one is accessible.

 

Regards.

BH
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