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RAM Upgrade for HP Elitebook x360 1030 G2 Convertible . Part number - Z2W61EA

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HP Elitebook x360 1030 G2 Convertible Z2W61EA
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Hello, the HP Elitebook x360 1030 G2 Convertible comes with 4gb ram and 256GB SSD hard disk Its part number is Z2W61EA - I would like to know whether its possible to upgrade its RAM to 8GB? Does it have an extra RAM slot or can i remove the 4GB one and replace it with 8GB? or is the RAM on board the motherboard. Thanks
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According to the HP reference material I have found, the memory is not removable. It is integrated onto the system board instead of being a removable module.

 

Crucial memory says the same thing if you look to find guaranteed compatible memory.

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According to the HP reference material I have found, the memory is not removable. It is integrated onto the system board instead of being a removable module.

 

Crucial memory says the same thing if you look to find guaranteed compatible memory.

Don't forget to click on the green Accept as Solution button if I helped you solve your issue.
Click on the Yes button if my assistance was helpful and you would like to say thanks!
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