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How much memory can I install in a 64 bit Pavilion a4313w?

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Greetings and thanks for your help! The specs I have available make a point of saying 32bit sytems can take 4 GB memory. Does this imply that my 64bit Ready processor running Win 10 64bit will accept more? How much more? Do the "sticks" need to match in this instance?

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I haven't upgraded the processor.  It's Sempron LE 1250.

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Hi,

 

The maximum is determined by the chipset, is 4 GB

 

http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for//pavilion-a4313w

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Hi,

 

Your PC has two memory slots. Each slot appears to only support up to 2 GB DIMMS.

 

So the maximum amount of supported memory is 4 GB.

 

Jay

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Hi terminator,

 

I'll be back!

 

Don't do that!

 

Great movies, and the terminators are on their way.

 

I say, "Across the Universe" and All you Need is Love!

 

Jay

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