Pav-15 e060sx: upgrading RAM for pav-15 e060sx

Dear all,

I have e060sx pav-15 with 4 GB of DDr3 memory single Sun. The laptop have two memory slots. I want to know can I add one more 8 GB Sun to make 12?

What is the maximum RAM supported in this model where can I find the documentation?

Please help.

Kind regards

Jocelyn

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Hello

The maximum RAM upgrade of this unit is 8 GB. See page # 4 of Chapter 1 for more information

http://h10032.www1.HP.com/CTG/manual/c03939658

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