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06-17-2011 03:29 PM - edited 06-17-2011 03:36 PM
According to the service manual you can.
See Chapter 1, page 3.
10-29-2011 03:08 PM
I your notebook comes with 4 GB and is capable of being upgraded with another 4 GB chip to 8 GB total.
If you live in the USA, this is the notebook memory I use:
You can also get Kingston memory for a couple of dollars more.
03-26-2012 08:59 PM
I checked the manual for my pavillion G6 series. It lists different memory patterns compatible in the computer (the max being 8 gigabytes) but the highest pattern it states is 6 gigabytes (4096 MBx1 + 2048 MBX1), nowhere does it mention a pattern for 8 GB's. Is it possible to use the following pattern, 4096 MB x 2 (two 4Gb memory sticks)??
03-27-2012 05:30 AM
I'm thinking that the manual is incorrect. If it can run 4 GB in one slot, then it should be able to run 4 GB in both slots.
Run the free crucial memory advisor and see what it reports you can do.
02-15-2015 08:32 PM
Can someone tell me where I can find my appropriate model number? I'm also trying to find the maximum amount of RAM I can add.
I know I have a HP Pavillion G6, but don't know the rest of the number, i.e. it's a G6-xxxx?
I found my product number, which is A3J87UA#ABC, but I can't find the max RAM info from this.