xdoclet's question was "Can someone kindly advice which module to purchase please ?"
ieee488's answer was "I buy my ram from" cruclal.
- Explaining where he bought his ram from, is clearly not answering xdoclet's question. Then ieee488 said his answer was communicating to xdoclet that if he went to Crucial that he " wouldn't have to guess or ask. They stand behind their RAM and their RAM works with Dell"....but xdoclet would still have to make a choice.
Crucial sells many different ram types that have diff specs, so simply going to the website to buy would not have solved the problem.
xdoclet asked a very specific question and a credible answer that is not a waste of time of forum users and the person asking the question would be an answer that precisely answers the question, not an answer that requires users to draw conclusions about what was meant from a statement like "I buy my ram from best buy"
Again, a statement where one buy's their ram 100% absolutely does not even remotely answer xdoclet's question. Done.
Jesus... It's hilarious how you answered years later and how I'm doing after so much time just to point out that, if only the dude clicked on the link ieee488 gave, he would find the right RAM for that laptop and would clarify his doubts in the simple process. Tho I can't believe there wasn't info around about what type of memory it uses, in 2013... Hard to imagine.