I have an HP G62, bought in February of 2009.
How do I know how much RAM I can add to it?
Here is the spec sheet of my machine
My goal is to expand the machine to 8 GB of RAM along with decent SSD.
I'd go to the manufacturer's website for that.
answered Aug 13 '12 at 10:01
The best place to tell how much RAM your computer can take is this site - Crucial.com
It lists most manufacturers, and most models.
However, you'll need more information on the model number, G62 is the series, there's more information than that, which should be on the bottom of the laptop.
answered Aug 13 '12 at 11:44
I have one to I went to the HP site according to what I am reading the notebook like the ultra book is not expandable it comes with 6gb of onboard memory standard ..
you can get them with more memory they have to be ordered this way no notebook netbook or ultra book tablet is expandble they dont not use slot or expansion slots any longer on mother board HDD in some cases maybe be replable in others that is not done any longer either some can have a different video card added but that is limited to everything today is built on board to conserve space ..
this is the age of disposble devices many communnities even are making it a fine to dispose of electronic ina land fill there is a $20 fee for as many as you can drop off at electronic recycles stations .
any how it warns right on the HP site under customer care not to purchase memory until you know just what type how much your board can handle not all mother board are able to configure expand memory though they confirm that the ultimate 64 bit board can be order with 192 GB of on board memory