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toshiba satellite l455d s5976- How many sticks RAM?

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#1 CTC40


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Posted 11 August 2010 - 10:05 AM

I need to order more ram for relatives toshiba satellite l455d s5976. I pulled up the specs and seen what kind of ram it uses and how much it comes with from the factory, and what the max is that it will hold. But I need to know if it is using only 1 of the 2 slots for the RAM or if it is using both slots. I dont have the PC with me or I would know. So, from the factory, is it using 1 slot for the RAM or 2 ?

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Posted 11 August 2010 - 11:11 AM

Hello and welcome to Bleepingcomputer.

According to these specs from Toshiba's web site it only shows 2 GB as being the default amount of RAM.


It does not specify the brand name of RAM it has, or how many slots are being used.

Best way to know is to open the little access panel on the bottom of the laptop to find out if there are two 1 Gb sticks or not.

My personal belief is that there is most likely two sticks, each at 1 Gb in the slots, totaling 2 Gb.


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