Dell 600m - does upgrading my RAM void the warranty?

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I want to change from 2x256 to 2x512 sticks in my 600m covered by completecare. Am I allowed to do this, or will it void my warranty?

This is what I have warranty-wise:

Description.........................Provider......Start Date........End Date.......Days Left
Initial Next Business Day.......QLX..........8/27/2004.......8/27/2005...........119
Extended..............................QLX..........8/27/2005.......8/26/2008..........1095
Complete Care......................DELL.........8/27/2004.......8/26/2008..........1214
Gold Technical Support............ --............8/27/2004.......8/26/2008..........1214


I have 3 years of warranty left on this thing, I don't want to screw myself over with anything.
 

corrosive23

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No, thats why it has a hatch to do it. Unless there is a sticker over the hatch you can upgrade it.
 

swatbat

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As long as you don't f*uck up the notebook doing it you should be fine. Dell will not of course cover the new ram unless you buy it from them. I mean if you are worried about it hold on to the old ram and swap it back in if you ever need to have the notebook fixed.
 

bjamm

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And just make sure you buy Corsair, Crucial, Kingston, Mushkin memory so it has a Lifetime warranty on it as well :) There are others but those are the top 4 imho :)
 

MISMCSA

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I have replaced/added more ram and then sent it to dell for repair. They did not say anything about it.
 
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