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- Disconnect the computer and any attached devices from electrical outlets, and remove any installed batteries.
- Turn the computer over, and use a flat-blade screwdriver to release the two captive screws from the memory module cover.
- Remove the M2.5 x 12-mm screw labeled "circle K." (The screw is one of the five keyboard screws.)
- Place your finger under the cover at the indentation and lift and slide the cover open.
- Locate the connector labeled ""JDIM1"
- Use your fingertips to carefully spread apart the inner tabs on each end of the memory module socket. (the module should pop up)
- replace with the new one (press a bit until the tabs get locked)
- Replace the cover and reconnect the power.
You are ready to go.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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