RAM upgrade Tags: RAM Presario Processors Dual Core Compaq Laptops Last response: April 8, 2011 5:37 PM in Laptops & Notebooks Share Ashish kumawat uce April 8, 2011 4:14:54 PM Hello, I have compaq presario V3000 with 1GB RAM nd intel pentium dual core processor. i wanna increase my laptop's RAM .. can I? if yes then How? or if No then why not? More about : ram upgrade hang-the-9 a c 208 D Laptop April 8, 2011 5:37:15 PM If you have a dual core, your laptop will accept more than 1 gig of RAM. Go to www.crucial.com, do their online scan, they will tell you what you can add. As to how, there is usually a door on the bottom of the case, or the RAM may be under the keyboard or palmrest. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedPC upgrade fail.. I need power supply & RAM advice please Forum SolvedAcer aspire 570g ram upgrade Forum Solved[Upgrade] Budget Increased - Need new CPU + RAM + Motherboard for £400 Forum SolvedUpgrade ram from speed 2133 to 2400 Forum SolvedRam upgrade problem Forum SolvedSystem instability after RAM upgrade Forum Solvedwhat kind of ram to upgrade for p5kpl-am asus motherboard? Forum SolvedRAM upgrade 1333 to 1866 Forum SolvedRAM Upgrade 4Gb to 8GB Forum SolvedNeed CPU, RAM and Motherboard Upgrade Forum SolvedRAM, CPU, and Graphics card upgrade under $300! Forum SolvedLooking to upgrade my gaming rig, what should i go for? $250 budget (CPU, RAM, Graphics Card, Hard Drive...) Forum SolvedWhat can I upgrade on the Gateway NE56R41u, other than the RAM Forum SolvedLooking to upgrade my RAM without messing up? Forum Solvedlooking for a ram upgrade on my Asus X53U Forum Solvedi want to upgrade my pc with gtx 560 ti and gskill 4gb ram and do not know if they are compatible with my motherboard Forum SolvedUpgrade from 4GB RAM to 8GB or 16? Forum SolvedCan I upgrade RAM or Graphics card? Forum SolvedPossible RAM upgrade Forum SolvedLaptop ram upgrade Forum More resources Read discussions in other Laptops & Notebooks categories Battery Acer Asus Dell Hewlett Packard iPad Toshiba Vaio !