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Laptop RAM modules are usually in a removable panel on the underneath of the laptop.
Alternatively, it might be under the keyboard, where there might be a couple of screws underneath to remove, then maybe some clips on the keyboard. Sometimes you will need to remove the panel above the keyboard (should pop out of its clips) and there will be screws underneath.
I'm not too familiar with this model, so I couldn't say for sure.
But once you see the ram, its similar to removing desktop ram, just use your thumbs to pry back the tabs holding it in.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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