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Locate the ram on the motherboard. Use a steel ruler and a very sharp craft knife cut the pins to release the RAM. Make sure the remaining pins are not touching eachother. Install a larger module in the additional ram slot. Worked for me on several laptops but no guarantee.... Currently your laptop is faulty...a reflow gun is exppensive and needs skill to use correctly.... you've nothing to loose really

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If you are refferring to the 256 MB Ram soldered onboard, then you have to do a precision desoldering and soldering job.

Roughly is the same job that the guy in the movie below is doing to remove the onboard ram done on a playstation.

Removing RAM

On your laptop the Ram chips are located underneath the empty slot for the additional memory stick.

A faster and better way to remove the memory chips without risking to damage the motherboard is using an hot air desoldering kit, but the desoldering station costs about $200, see below:

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Wellersoldering.com Desoldering Hot Air and Rework Stations

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    An alternative is to limit the amount of RAM the operating system can "see" using the /maxmem=### switch in boot.ini (where ### is the mem limit in megabytes).

    The optional dimm slot loads first and then the onboard ram, so set /MAXMEM to the exact size of the 3rd party chip in the optional dimm slot.

    If you add a 512MB chip then use: /MAXMEM=512
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/108393

    The notebook will have 768MB total, but the OS will only "see" 512MB.

    Install windows with the additional memory installed to reduce the corruption during setup (with just the bad onboard 256MB, it will throw lots of errors). Once in windows, set the /MAXMEM switch and reboot. The bad 256MB should now be invisible to the OS. Do a Start -> Run -> sfc /scannow to fix any files that were corrupted during install.

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