Question about Computers & Internet
The bottom of your laptop should look something like this:
You want to unscrew the compartment that has the memory inside of it. Should have 2 small screws.....
Next you want to remove the exsisting memory by lifting up on the module and sliding it out....then insert the new memory , and push it back down, as shown in this picture:
When you reboot your system for the first time , it should stop before it boot's to tell you that the system's memory has changed.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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