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BashouT6213yShould definitely be automatic
uuid28573yDon't call yourself stupid. One doesn't know how to do things out of the box, there's always a learning curve, it's Ok.
Btw, I'm also in knowing :)
jlschatz83yAs long as the Ram module is compatible with your motherboard and the existing module, windows should definitely pick it up automatically.
Razakii843ySeriously guys thanks for the information!
veradra1603yMake sure it's compatible with your CPU (newer Intel ones for example only support DDR4, so putting a stick of DDR3 in will it work).
Other than that, as long as the system has been powered down completely, it should be a simple insert properly and turn it back on.