Trying to upgrade Asus F556UA-AB32 - memory to 8gb + HD to SSD

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    I spoke to Asus support (very little help!) and they said "We don't have any info on that model!"" REALLY!!!!??? Anyway ... I opened the case and there is a slot for additional memory but NO information re type, speed, etc. so I don't want to order until I am sure of which to buy. Also want to upgrade to SSD but again concerned about compatibility, BIOS says memory = 4GB with no other information. Anyone who has upgraded one of these units have any additional info? Any help will be greatly appreciated!!!
     
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    THANKS!! If you don't mind - how do\did you determine that this is the correct memory?
     
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    Since the memory stick you reccomend is an 8GB I am wondering if that will work since it does not match the 4GB that is installed. Comment?
     
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    Hi Jfenley,

    I look for a reference from asus website itself I looked for the model of your laptop if you want you may try to find it there also. The memory of gigabyte of the laptop will not be a problem. As long as the socket will support it and your laptop supports up to 16 gbs of ram it will not be a problem. You may double check it :)
     
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