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Installin Memory card into MT6730 laptop

Hello I bought a memory card compatable with 533MHz and I believe it's compatible with my computer! Now how do I install it?

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1) Find the panel for the memory, unscrew and remove it.

2) Insert memory in the same fashion the existing memory is inserted.

3) Charge customer modest fee for knowing how to do it.

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