Can I really upgrade to 4gb of RAM?

I have an Acer Aspire One 722 BZ825 netbook. AMD C-50 processor. 2gb DDR3 10600. 250hdd. radeon 6250 graphics.

Now when I bought this about a year ago, it said it was expandable to 4gb of ram (it also came with 64bit Windows Premium installed).
I finally decide that now is a good time to upgrade my memory since prices have gone down.

So I popped the backplate off the netbook and see that there is one memory module of 2gb in its socket. And directly under it is a another slot for a 2nd module, however, there is no bracket or insert. The contacts are soldered over, maybe because they limited this model of netbook?

Anyways, do you think the netbook will accept a single 4gb ddr3 10600 module? My guess is yes, I just wanted to see what others think.
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  1. You could see if there is any 4 GB memory on Amazon. you would have to make sure you match the right ddr you want to buy with the one that will work with your netbook
  2. ozzma said:
    Anyways, do you think the netbook will accept a single 4gb ddr3 10600 module? My guess is yes, I just wanted to see what others think.

    Check with the manual/manufacturers. Some have arbitrary limitations in their BIOS or PCB that could cause compatibility problems.
  3. I check the acer website and there isint any information pertaining to the problem...
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