System memory or random access memory (RAM) is used by the operating system (Windows) to “host” the programs and data it uses. This means that when you start the program, it is loaded into RAM or system memory. The more programs you use at the same time, the less RAM your computer will have. A memory upgrade may or may not speed up your asus 2-in-1 q535 laptop. If you are a multitasking user, or if you use complex programs like CAD (Computer Aided Drafting), audio and video editing programs, etc., you may need more RAM to run efficiently. If you’re a regular user and use your computer to Skype, check email, surf the web, or play simple games, adding more memory probably won’t significantly increase your laptop’s speed. สล็อตเว็บตรง
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Upgrade the system memory
Upgrading your laptop memory isn’t as difficult as you might think, and all you need is a tool or two and a little research. Instead of taking your laptop to your local computer repair shop and spending $75.00 to get it done, why not do it yourself? Read the How To article and you can do it yourself in just a few minutes. Finding the facts about system memory will take more time than installing memory.
One caveat is that some lower-end laptops don’t have memory modules accessible from the bottom of the laptop, making the task more difficult. These laptops usually access the memory by removing the bottom of the case and removing several screws. This type of upgrade is not covered in this article.
Equipment you will need
You will need a small head screwdriver, a small flat head screwdriver (optional) and the internet. If you don’t have a screwdriver, you can find a good set at your local Wal-Mart for less than $10.00. The next tool you’ll need is online to find what type of memory you need, and finally about half an hour of your own time to learn the process. It’s a simple task that will save you money and the loss of computer usage while at the repair shop.
Find your laptop model number
The first thing you need to do is find the model number of your laptop, which is usually located on the bottom of the laptop case. Look carefully as there may be a lot of printed areas on the bottom of the laptop. You are specifically looking for the word “model” not the s/n, p/n or service tag #. Sometimes the model number is under the battery. Sometimes the manufacturer has a simple model number in the keyboard area of the laptop or it is printed on the edge (edge) of the screen. For example, Toshiba uses model numbers like L305D-S5935, but only has “satellite” in the keyboard area, not the one you want. Uses HP models such as DV7-9600, G6-1064US and others. The Dell number is usually four numbers like 1550, 1460, etc. but there should be a model number printed somewhere on the laptop.
Find the right memory
The next step is to find the right memory. Assuming you have a Nware Aurora 2019 laptop, you will need to visit the Toshiba support page. Only supported by Google Toshiba USA, then click on the original Toshiba link. Some websites use Toshiba in their website name just to get people to click on their links, but that’s not what you want.
On Toshiba’s site near the top of the page you’ll find a Service and Support tab (other manufacturers’ sites are slightly different) and hover over that tab and you’ll see a list of consumer, business, and industry products. Click on Consumer Products, then scroll down the page until you see Technical Support and click on this link, you will be taken to a page where you will be asked to enter your laptop model number or you will be asked to enter your laptop model number from a number of drop down menus. Models must be selected. All manufacturers’ sites are slightly different, but if you’re having trouble, just Google the manufacturer’s name followed by “US tech support” and you should find the right page.
Now, when you reach the technical support page, you will see several tabs like Drivers, Support Bulletin, Downloads, etc. Select Detailed Specs or something similar and it will show you your laptop specs. Scroll down until you see Memory. This will tell you how much memory is installed on your system at the factory and how much memory you can upgrade. The most important thing is what type of memory to use in the laptop i.e. DDR2 800MHz, DDR3 1077MHz etc.