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Max ram for dv7 notebook

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Hello I was wondering what the maximum amount of ram a  SD.MS/pro.MMMC.XD Pavilion notebook can take. Cheers

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Hi,


What do you actually need to know:
1. Maximum RAM support?
2. SD card capacity?
3. eMMC slot?

And what is your machine, exact model name, product number? Is it just Pavilion dv7??
http://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c00033108


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Hello thank you for your reply.

It's a go pavilion entertainment pc notebook. The exact model is a SD.MS/pro.MMC.XD .

I was wondering it's maximum ram support.

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Still I don't know what is the exact model name, product number. Without this info, everyone here is blind.

Please use the HP document I linked to find this info.

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