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    Default How hard will it be to install new RAM into my e1505?

    How hard will it be?

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    Default Re: How hard will it be to install new RAM into my e1505?

    As hard as unscrewing off a couple screws, removing a small door and installing the new memory.

    Seriously, it should take you less than 2 minutes, given that you know what you're doing.
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    Default Re: How hard will it be to install new RAM into my e1505?

    how about easy?

    Check on Dell web site, there is a manual! very easy.. I just changed my RAM

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    Default Re: How hard will it be to install new RAM into my e1505?

    Yeah is easy and cost effective in increasing performance of a lappy.
    Here the instruction from dell's site
    http://support.dell.com/support/edoc...y.htm#wp999869
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    Default Re: How hard will it be to install new RAM into my e1505?

    ok thanks was just making sure, i read somewhere that some notebooks require you to take it half-way apart just to install 1 stick of ram. Thankfully dell did something right.

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    Default Re: How hard will it be to install new RAM into my e1505?

    Sometimes the much smaller models are difficult even with Dell. But 14" and above is easy.
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