|You showed pics of your R3000T with only one memory slot user accesible. I just ordered the R3000Z model and the sales guy swore to me that both modules were accessible, that he was looking right at one. Did he BS me or are the modules that are accessible different compared to the 3000T verses the 3000Z? I knew I should have ordered with 1 stick of 512 instead of 2 256 chips. If it turns out that he screwed me, will I ever be able to upgrade the memory to the full 2 gigs if I wanted to in the future, in other words can a tech guy open up the labtop and take out one of the 256 chips that is not accessible to the user (if it really is not accessible?) Man this is ticking me off now.
from the hp homepage:
Memory can be fitted in one of two memory slots (one of which is accessible by the user for later upgrades). A "2x" solution fills both slots, while a "1x" solution leaves an open slot to add even more memory later.
But I belive its possible to uppgrade it anyway. With some technical skill and a screwdriver