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I would recommend going to http://www.crucial.com/index.aspx

From there, you can use their memory advisor or scanner tool. The scanner tool is just a quicker way to do it. It will scan your system and then pull up recommendations. The advisor is where you would select the computer manufacturer (esentially the same thing, just alittle more time consuming than the scanner tool)

The tool will show you what model RAM chip you would need, how much maximum RAM the system can have, and then you'll see assorted prices for the RAM.
 

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That would rule out the scanner tool then. But if you have access to another computer, you could use the advisory tool to look it up. It's just drop down menus where you choose the model #s.
 

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I decided to look it up for you.

It has 2 slots and you can have a maximum of 256MB

Unfortunately, Crucial currently does not have any compatible upgrades available for your particular system.

I can continue to check Google for you. How much RAM does it currently have?
 
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