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Acer Aspire One d270 ram upgrade

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Acer Aspire One d270 ram upgrade

I recently bought a Acer Aspire One D270-1806 netbook. It comes with 1GB of Ram.

 

I am looking to upgrade this to 2GB. I have been unable to find a service manual for this netbook.

 

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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Re: Acer Aspire One d270 ram upgrade

I have seen a few posts claiming that upgrading the D270 ram has been deemed not user replaceable. Although Acer may have deemed it not user replaceable; it totally is. It was so easy. I switched out the standard 1GB of Ram for a 2GB stick in roughly 10mins.

 

Here is the video i used: 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEcIer28aNc

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New User

Re: Acer Aspire One d270 ram upgrade

I have seen a few posts claiming that upgrading the D270 ram has been deemed not user replaceable. Although Acer may have deemed it not user replaceable; it totally is. It was so easy. I switched out the standard 1GB of Ram for a 2GB stick in roughly 10mins.

 

Here is the video i used: 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEcIer28aNc

New User

Re: Acer Aspire One d270 ram upgrade

Hello,

 

Thank you for sharing video.

I'm wondering if there is a possibility of upgrading RAM more than 2GB as my D270 netbook already have 2GB RAM.

If so please suggest.

 

Thanks!

Mainframe Wrangler

Re: Acer Aspire One d270 ram upgrade

Rukusone,k the maximum RAM supported by a Aspire One D270-1806 is 2 gigabytes. But before you despair, let me explain one of technology's deep, dark secrets.

 

Your rig has a dual-core CPU and two gigs of RAM. Except for a few high-end games, that is about as fast as any one program can go. Adding more RAM will improve your multi-tasking, but if you are using one program at a time (You actually have antivirus and other programs running in the background) you might see a small increase at speed at best.

Hope this helps.