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This is just a precaution. You'd be surprised on how many get bricked.


Steps to prepare.
http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10things/10-common-mistakes-you-should-avoid-when-flashing-your-bios/357

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SOURCE: SONY PCV-V1/G

Use this link and click detect my model on the right.

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/select-system.pl?PRODTYPE=1


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SOURCE: How do I open my sony pcv-v1

1. Ground Yourself
2. Unplug everything and press the power button for 10 sec to
discharge any residual power.
3. Place PC face down on bench with base over edge.
4. Swing PC unit forward and unscrew the case retaining screw on both
sides of the PC unit, swing unit other way and remove other two
screws.
5. Case can be loosened, pull large cover up and remove both sides.
Parts are then exposed.
6. A shiny metal box covers the memory on the left side of the PC unit. 7. Remove tape that retains it,slide and lift off from the edge facing you.
8. Memory slots are then exposed....insert and reassemble PC.

Good Luck!

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