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I seem to have a problem with my RAM i need to upgrade to a higher GB could someone please help and advise on what i need and the highest GB i can upgrade to

as i have only had this computer for 7 months and the ram is full already.

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@CHRIS9975 wrote:

...  as i have only had this computer for 7 months and the ram is full already.


Hi,

 

Please clarify which item you wish to upgrade ? RAM will never full. But if you wish to increase RAM (yes RAM) then yes you can. Your machine supports up to 16GB and it run 64 bit OS you can use the following information to upgrade:

 

Memory upgrade information

  • Dual channel memory architecture
  • Two DDR3 SO-DIMMs (204-pin) sockets
  • Supports PC3-12800 (DDR3-1600)
  • Supports 1 GB, 2 GB, 4GB and 8 GB DDR3 SO-DIMMs

Source:   http://support.hp.com/ro-en/document/c04797075

 

Note: you need unbuffered RAM.

 

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Thank you for your reply and i will upgrade the RAM but

i have a fault appears saying "memory low" and i have 600+GB left on my hardrive. could you please help??

 

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I have the same problem.  Did you ever receive an answer?

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>>  I will upgrade the RAM but I have a fault appears saying "memory low" and i have 600+GB left on my hardrive.

 

> I have the same problem.

 

Are you sure that it is the "same" problem?

 

1. Hold-down the "Windows" key (bottom-left corner of your keyboard).

2. Touch/release the 'R' key.

3. Release the "Windows" key.

4. Into the input-area that has appeared, type    CMD

5. Press ENTER

6. Type   CD  \

7. Press ENTER 

8. Type    DIR   C: /A  *.SYS   

9. Press ENTER

to see output like:

 

10/02/2018  07:16 AM     6,346,764,288 hiberfil.sys
10/02/2018  07:16 AM     8,462,352,384 pagefile.sys

 

Tell us what you see.

 

How much RAM does your computer have?

What is the full model-number of your computer?

 

Open the Windows Task Manager.

Select the "Performance" tab.

Tell us how much RAM is installed, and how it currently is allocated.

 

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