System Upgrade--Help me !!!!

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    hey all.. I would like to have a configuration of either 2 or 3 GB RAM for my Gateway Laptop MX 6926b and Upgrdation for my hard disk..



    my system details :

    Windows Vista 32 Bit

    • Currently Installed Memory: 512MB always system is slow..:cry:
    • Available Memory Slots: 0
    • Total Memory Slots: 2
    • Dual Channel Support: Yes
    • CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
    • CPU Family: Genuine Intel(R) CPU T1350 @ 1.86GHz Model 14, Stepping 8
    • CPU Speed: 800 MHz
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    You already have a laptop which you want to upgrade or you want to buy a new laptop?
     
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    i want a upgrade to my laptop
     
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    addition of 2Gb RAM should be enough and then upgrade to windows 7 which is lot less resource hungry (release october 22nd)!
     
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    For anything on a laptop would suggest you talk to your customer care support first. I suspect that you have an old laptop coz 512MB of initial RAM came around 3 years ago! Am i right? :oops:
     
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