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Old 05-20-2008, 01:32 AM   #1
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Ok, here I have a HP Pavillion dv2315nr.
It came with 1024 mb ram, but recently I had it upgraded to 2048 mb ram.

In my system information memory, it says...

Max capacity (GB) = 4

So after finding that out, I wanted to upgrade my notebook pc to 4 gb, but when I searched all over the net to buy a 4 gb kit, it says that my notebook can only take up to 2 gb.

It certainly does say my comp can take up to 4 gb.

Can someone explain to me what this is all about??
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Look in your HP product manual, it should say how much RAM the notebook supports and that'll be the correct information. Reliable websites like Crucial seem to think 2GB is the maximum: https://www.crucial.com/store/listpar...ilion+dv2315nr
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got memory dump screen after installing more ram.. help
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