General Memory Questions
Can I really install memory myself? Do DIMM's have to be matched? Does it matter which slots I plug my new module in? Do I need to remove the stickers that are on the chips of my new memory? Do you have installation instructions for my computer? How do I figure out what kind of memory my system has? How do I update the BIOS on my Dell? How do you know it's time for a memory upgrade? How much memory do I need for my hard drive? How much memory do I need? / How much memory should I have? I don't know the model number of my computer, how can I get the right RAM? Show me how adding more memory will improve my Windows NT server performance? What about static electricity? What can go wrong with cheaper, off spec, generic ram? What does "Guaranteed To Work" really mean? What does SODIMM stand for? What if I can't figure it out, can I return the memory? What is a memory kit? What is RAM and why do I need it? What is SIMM memory? Where do you get your RAM? Why did my computer slow down after I installed more RAM? Why doesn't my Windows® PC recognize the whole 4GB of memory I installed? Why is it important to purchase memory designed and tested for a specific system rather than to use generic memory? Will adding more RAM make my Internet surfing faster? Will I void my system warranty by installing your memory? Will memory from 4 All Memory work with memory from another manufacturer?
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