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How open lap top and added ram memory ?

I remove all screws on back and back side ( with connector), but when I wont open plastic bottom somewhere in middle steel have some connection .Please advice ??

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  • gosrb Dec 14, 2008

    Nic 61 , can I send you photos of notebook because I need exactly position of that screw for hinges.
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Do NOT open the bottom!
The ram is under the keyboard!
Put back all the srews again
Now, behind you laptop you have 2 hinges, there is a skrew on eatch and one on them, take those skrews away
push the keyboard backwards and up, be verý very carefull! its all plastic and very very easy to breake.

now you can remove and replace the memo!

Good luck to you

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I have tried to open the computer but could not does anyone know of a video that shows HOW my computer opens up to install memory????

All-In-One desktop computers are nice to have, but a pain in the keister when you have to work on them, or upgrade, if you are not a computer tech.

With the Acer Veriton Z290G you have to remove the LCD assembly, in order to access the Ram Memory.

Also, this information is not readily available, because of Static shock conditions.

Your body carries Static electricity. Static WILL fry out (Short Circuit) the delicate hardware components inside a computer.

Once you remove the LCD assembly you right in the middle of hardware 'heaven'.
You can easily static shock the Processor, or a number of other hardware components.
I would recommend buying an inexpensive ESD wrist strap, and connect it's alligator clip to a good ground source, before beginning.

[Average cost of an ESD wrist strap is around $5. They are available in most stores that repair computers, or online ]

I connect to an unpainted surface, of the metal frame of an empty desktop computer case.
You can also connect to an unpainted surface of a metal table leg, if the table you're working on has metal legs.

Barring none of the above applies, at least place a large metallic object on the table, and connect to it. (Unpainted)
Perhaps a metal serving tray, or metal knickknack.

1) Computer unplugged from power, press the Power On button in, and hold it in for a count of FIVE seconds. Let go of the Power On button. Do this procedure two more times.
This drains any residual power out of the computer.

I suggest using a multi-compartment container, for the various screws you will remove.
Label each compartment for the area the screw/s come out of.

If no multi-compartment container is available, you can substitute with a clean egg carton.
Label each egg holder.
You can also use a piece of double-sided tape.

2) Remove the Computer Stand.
I would suggest laying a towel on a table, then lay the computer face down on it.
Where the stand hinge pivots, is a small U-shaped cover in the middle. This cover is removed with your fingers.

There are 3 screws in a triangle pattern to remove.
Lay the stand aside.

3) Remove the Side Bars
Looking at the back of the computer, there is a screw to remove in each outside Bottom corner.

Once the two screws are removed, slide each Side Bar down. This disengages the bar's inner tabs from the chassis.
Lay the Side Bars aside.

4) Remove the Front Bezel.
(The plastic thin frame that surrounds the LCD screen, and is in front of the LCD screen. Resembles a picture frame)

Computer laid on it's front, the Front Bezel is 'popped' off.
The Bezel is attached to the chassis with small plastic protrusions, formed out of the Bezel.

There are four on one side, and four on the other side.

These plastic tabs snap into place when the Bezel is installed.
The procedure is to CAREFULLY use a flat tipped Jewelers screwdriver, and ease along the Bezel, in-between the Bezel, and the back cover.
{Better is to use a plastic computer spud tool, }

This will be the hardest part of the procedure.

The tip is eased in, and NOT very far in depth.
Start at the top of the Bezel's frame, and ease the Bezel off a little bit. You may, or may not, hear a tab snap when it releases.

Go down a space of an inch, or so, and ease the Bezel frame out some more. Keep going down on one side until you reach the bottom.
Now go to the other side.
Once you are over 3/4ths of the way, the Bezel should come free.

Turn the laptop over on it's back, holding onto the Bezel.
There is still a webcam cable attached, so use care.
The white connector of the webcam cable is eased out of the webcam.
(Use the connector, NOT the wires. Use your fingernails, or CAREFULLY use a flat tipped Jewelers screwdriver)
It only plugs in, in one direction, and is keyed, so there is no problem reinstalling.

5) You are now looking at the LCD screen assembly, and the metal frame which surrounds it.
There are 3 screws to remove from each side.

The LCD screen assembly is eased over to access it's cables.
I suggest placing another towel down to protect the screen.

Disconnect the LCD cable (Video cable), and the Inverter cables, FROM the motherboard. Observe how they are routed in the clips. Make notes, and/or take photos, as these cables MUST be rerouted back the same way.
(Edit: The LCD cable is an FFC also, and the connector is a ZIF connector)

Disconnect the orange Touchscreen Film Cable, from the touchscreen control board. (Small circuit board)

The touchscreen film cable is an FFC.
Flat Flex Cable.
It has no connector on the end. It's a plastic strip with wires in it, and the wires have contact points.

The connector on the touchscreen control board is a ZIF connector. Zero Insertion Force.

The FFC slides into the ZIF connector, and is locked into place with a small lock bar.
The connector itself is White. The lock bar is Black.

For this particular style of ZIF connector, the lock bar is tilted up.
If the lock bar is removed, you will break the connector, and are probably looking at a motherboard replacement.

6) Remove the Memory Modules.
Same procedure as for a laptop computer.
There are spring clips on each side of the ram memory module ('Stick')

Once the 'bump' on each spring clip, has cleared the Side Notch of the ram memory module, the ram memory module will slightly pop up.

DO NOT remove the ram memory module in a 90 degree position!
If you do you will damage the gold plated contact pins on the bottom of the ram memory module, and the contacts in the ram memory slot.

The ram memory module is removed at a 45 degree position.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.


Oct 09, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Evon610c keyboard keys broken how to replace the keyboard ? how to open the case with out damage internal parts ??


this may help you i found it somewhere online

How to Replace the hp compaq evo n610c laptop keyboard Removing the Damaged Keyboard
Enusre the laptop is fully powered off, unplugged from the wall, and the battery taken out.
Turn the laptop over. On some models icons indicating which screws are attached to the keyboard are displayed. If not, you may have to eyeball it if you can't find a breakdown for your model online.
Remove those screws with a Phillips screwdriver.
Turn the laptop back over and open it up. Check and see if the keyboard is tucked under any plastic pieces. If so, find if those plastic pieces are screwed into anything, and unfasten them as well. If not, it probably uses clamps that can easily be removed.
Remove the plastic pieces carefully with a toothpick or plastic pick if there is any in the way.
Unscrew any screws at the top (if necessary) and remove the keyboard itself from top to bottom. You'll notice that the keyboard is connected with a thin, but wide, data cable to the system board at the bottom.
Take that same pick and lift the plastic connectors that hold in this data cable in place.
Carefully remove the data cable. Now the whole keyboard should be free.

Replacing the keyboard

Take the new keyboard out of the plastic, and slip the data cable back in between the plastic connectors on the system board. Make sure it's all the way in.
Use the pick to push the plastic connectors back into place, and make sure it's holding the data cable in.
Slip the keyboard itself into place, from bottom to top. Make sure the screw holes or clamps line up at the top.
Refasten the keyboard in place at the top.
If you had to remove any plastic pieces, carefully snap them back in and replace any screws you had to remove.
Turn the laptop over and replace all of the keyboard screws.
Finally, put the battery back in and power on the laptop. If all has gone well, the keyboard should be functioning like brand new

hope this was helpful

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How do I reseat the memory on my dell 1525


The memory modules are located under the memory module cover on the bottom of the computer.
1. Turn the computer upside-down, loosen the eight captive screws on the cover and remove the cover.
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captive screws (8)

NOTICE: To prevent damage to the memory module connector, do not use tools to spread the memory module securing clips.

NOTICE: To avoid electrostatic discharge, ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap or by periodically touching an unpainted metal surface (such as a connector on the back of the computer).

2. Use your fingertips to carefully spread apart the securing clips on each end of the memory module connector until the module pops up.

3. Remove the module from the connector.

securing clips (2)
memory module

4. Slide back the memory module and secure cover with its captive screws.

I hope this works for you. Good Luck!

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Jan 31, 2011 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook

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I want to fit some extra memory to my Acer Aspire 9300. Which door do I open on the bottom of the notebook. thanks.

You can adding RAM to your Acer Laptop by following the below steps.

1 . Unplug your laptop from the AC power source and remove the battery.

2 . By unplugging the power connector you will be safe from shock.

3 . Locate the memory access door for the main memory module. It should be on the back of your computer.

4 . Unscrew the memory access door and remove it.

5 . Remove the RAM module by applying gentle outward pressure to the securing clips on either side of the RAM module until they release.

6 . Rotate the RAM module upward to a 45 degree angle and slide it out of the slot.

7 . Align the new RAM module with the tab in the connector slot.

8 . Slide it firmly into place and gently rotate it downward until it clicks into place.

9 . Replace the memory access door.

10 . Replace the battery and power up the computer. It should recognize the added memory and reconfigure itself for use.

Hope the above information will be helpful to you.
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Add more ram

To add ram - look on the back of the lap top. You will see some screws that are holding down a little door. There may be two of these. Remove the screws on the ram cover and remove ram cover

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1- press the buttons on the sides of the ram chip, and then it will pop up and towards you.
2- 2- pull this ram upwards and out
3- from there, you can take out the other chip, if there is one, or you can start installing.
4- installing the new ram chips is just as easy
5- line up the slots in the chip, then push it in as far as you can without breaking it.
6- then push it down so that you hear it click on both sides, and doesn't budge.
7- Repeat using the top chip.
This should do it –
I hope it helps- please rate me – thanks

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How to replace/upgrade RAM on HP/Compaq nx5000 laptop? HP's quick reference guide says the slots are under the keyboard deck? How do I get there? Thanks

to remove the keyboard u will 1st need to undo the screws that hold it to the board should be the 2 or poss 4 directly unde the corners of keyboard other than that the covering panel at top of laptop will need removed 1 screw either side underneath screen hinges and poss few small 1s where battery slots in once cover removed the keyboard will be held on with 2 screws at top and the cable remove both and viola

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How do you open a compaq presario sr1630nx computer to install memory upgrades

Viewing the back of your computer, you will see a large thumb screw, on the right side of the computer case.

It's to the right of that round ventilation opening. (Round shape with multiple holes in it)
Unscrew the thumb screw to the Left, to loosen it.

The side panel that the thumb screw is in, pulls back towards the rear of the computer.
If you look, there is a place to put your fingers at the end of the side panel.
(Raised 'Hump' in the sheet metal of the panel)

Hold the top of the computer case with one hand, pull the side panel back with the other hand.

The computer MUST be unplugged from power before proceeding!

Not only is there a possible issue for Your safety, but also the computer's!
You will fry out the Ram Memory stick/s if you remove, or install with the computer plugged into power.

Also,......there is an Anti-Static issue that needs to be addressed, BEFORE you reach inside your computer

Your body carries Static electricity.
Static will fry out the hardware components inside a computer.
(In a Flash!)

Work on a table. Computer unplugged from power, computer case open. TOUCH the metal frame of the computer case BEFORE you reach inside.

TOUCH the metal frame Before, you take those ram sticks out of their protective antistatic bags.

Should you get up for any reason, walk away, then return, Touch the metal frame again.

Refrain from touching the gold plated contact pins, on the bottom of the ram stick.
You can handle the ram stick anywhere, but on those contact pins.
The ram stick is coated with a see-through plastic.
The contact pins are not.

Should you need advice on how to remove, and install ram memory, please state so in a comment. (Top right of page)

This is HP Support, and the download page for the -
Upgrading and Servicing Guide, for the Compaq Presario SR1630NX,

On this page scroll down to - Upgrading and Servicing Guide.
Left-click right on the name.
This is a PDF file download. Give it a few seconds.
After you see the first page, you will note there is a download progress bar.
Let the file download all the way Before looking through it.

Should you wish to save this file to your computer, please come back, and state so in a comment.

The Upgrading and Servicing Guide has illustrations, and instructions for;
1) Opening the computer case. (Side panel)
2) Removing the Front Panel
3) Locating hardware components inside the computer
4) Removing and Adding a Drive. (Harddrive and Optical Drive)
5) Adding Memory
And a host of other information you may find useful.

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Ok the RAM location is actually underneath the touch pad on the top of your keyboard. However, to get to the memory area where you can add/remove RAM cards you need to do the following:
STEP 1) On the botton the latop you should see 4 screws that have a "memory chip" ICON. These are the 4 screws you want to take out. (important note: my T60 has 4 screws with this icon, yours might have 5). Please the screws somewhere secure so they are not lost.
STEP 2) After you take out the screws noted in step 1. Flip your laptop and open it up as if you were going to type something.
On each side just below the keys pull up gently and the botton portion that has the touch pad will come up. You want to pull it back towards you. You won't be able to complete remove it away from the laptop, because there's a ribbon cable connecting the touch pad. So just move the piece back toward you out of the way (in essence peeling it back toward you).
STEP 3) You should now see the RAM card(s) they will have a bracket mechanism on each side of the RAM card, push them outward to unlock the RAM card (if your removing.
STEP 4) If your ADDING RAM. Evaluate if you need to remove existing cards or not. To install RAM you insert the new card in the slot, then push it down and it should snap int place.
STEP 5) Place the touch pad plate back into position and push it to snap down.
STEP 5) Close laptop cover, flip over and insert the screws back into their positions.

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After reading these posts, I fixed my refrigerator door in less than 5 minutes. The little black plastic cam on the bottom hinge was loose. To fix it, take the hinge cover off of the top with an 8mm socket, and remove the three 8mm screws holding the top hinge on. Remove the door by lifting up off of the bottom hinge and set it aside. On the bottom hinge is a black plastic cam held on by an 8mm screw. The screw on mine was really loose. Tightening it and putting the door back on made it work like new. You probably don't have a bad cam, just a loose one.

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