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Pizzybouy
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Un able to play pes on my laptop

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Hp pavilion dv7
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My laptop Hp pavilion dv7 memory Is DDR2 and i wanted to know if I can use DDR3  in place of the DDR2

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@Pizzybouy 

 

PES Requirements

 

            https://www.konami.com/wepes/2020/eu/en/ps4/page/requirements_pc

 

What is your dv7 but look at the requirements, no way your machine can run PES since you say it only uses DDR2.

 

DDR3 RAM won't fit to DDR2 slot physically as you can see their notches are not on the same location:

 

         ddr2vsddr3.png

 

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BH
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