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Re: memory card slot
The solution to this problem is, it will not break because the first time I tried opening the memory card slot, it won't come off. So I just put my nail in the hole and flicked it up hard. The memory card slot will not break that easily. Hope this works!
The easiest thing to do would probably be to pop in to your local phone store (any), briefly explain the problem and ask them to do it - the chances are its just stiff, but atleast if you get them to do it (for free) if it breaks you can ask them for a free replacement! Sneaky but maybe your easiest option, without seeing a photo.
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Confirm the power-on lamp and the monitor
are off and open the battery-chamber/
memory card slot cover.
Be sure to turn off the camera before opening the
battery-chamber/memory card slot cover.
Removing Memory Cards1Before removing memory cards, turn the camera offand confirm that the power-on lamp and monitor areoff. 2Open the battery-chamber/memory card slot coverand press the card in to partially eject the card. 3The card can then be removed by hand. Do not attempt toremove the card at an angle.
Insert the memory card.
4Slide the memory card in correctly until it clicks into
5Close the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover.
Find the card slot, look at the bottom part of the unit after you hâve open the battery cover. Tip: Look for the black cover below the battery.
If you have found the little black cover, pull it out, be careful not to break it because its very sensitive.
After you have remove the black cover, put the memory card in.
Close all the things that you have opened.
Turn your phone back on and if the card wasnâ€™t detected, go to settings then memory, then card, then options and then format. Note: only do this if the card you are using does not have any important files at this option will delete all files inside the memory card.
You want an SDHC Memory card UP TO 8GB's in size. A good one is shown at: http://www.jr.com/sandisk/pe/SAD_SDSDB8192A1/ but you can Google the above type memory cards and take your pick.
Then, open battery cover on camera. Slot for dropping memory card into is right next to opening for dropping in batteries. You will see a little picture on camera of a card in-between the battery openings when looking straight at the slot (with one corner appearing to be cut off which is how memory cards look) showing how card should go into the slot but also read instructions that came with memory card.
Remove side of PC (left hand as you look from front) locate memory slots, make sure retaining clips are open, insert memory (correct way up) with firm pressure but do not force. Retaining clips will automatically click home. Replace side of PC.
open up the side door before you do anything else. Look for a stick or RAM that looks like the one your going to be putting in. When you find the extra slot that the RAM is going in, your going to find two latches one on each side of the RAM slot. The memory itself is slotted meaning it can only go in one way. Put the memory in and line up the slot with the hold on the bottom of the RAM. It should snap into place and the latches will hold the memory into place.
As far as the video card is concerned, its going to go into a long white slot, it also can only go in one way, the metal part of the card will face the outside of the back of the computer and the card will snap into place. After you do this you might need to have to put a screw into the metal slot of the video card to keep it in place.
At this point you can hook up the monitor to the external video card and the thing you might have to do is install the drivers for the video card when you get into windows. It might not detect the video card properly which is why you might have to intstall the software for it.
Also do the memory first to make sure the computer sees it and boots up. If it does then turn the computer off and then do the video card. That way if there is a any problems it will be easy to figure out where the problem is right away.
The Designjet 500 did not have a direct memory upgrade slot. You will have to purchase a HPGL2 (formatter) card first. This then has a memory slot on it for further upgrades. The plotter had 32Mb memory on board, the card another 32Mb and then you can upgrade by a further 64Mb (waste of money) or the best is 128Mb. This is then added to your original Ram giving you approx 164Mb which is then normally more than enough. The HPGL2 (formatter) card is sold by any HP supplier on order only. Part number is C7772A. Standing in front of the plotter its located in the left side at the back. Look behind the left cover and you will see a small cover in a sort of L shape near where the roll holder slots in, thats it, slip the small cover open (you will see an arrow on it showing how to open it), look if there are any additional cards in the machine, if not it means you still need to buy the card, otherwise you will simply need the RAM.
I take it that you already have the correct RAM you need. Wiith that, power off your notebook, unplug it, turn it over and your will see the larg cover closer to the right of the notebook. Unscrew the screw to release the memory cover and place it to the side. Be carefull with static when handling your memory card, install the card into any open slot in your notebook. (The memory card will go in the slot at a 40 degree angle and then 'snap' down into place. Replace the memory cover (the large piece you took off at the begininig.) power up you notebook and the new memory should be registered and ready for use. Good Luck.
Unplug the machine. On the right side of the machine you will find a cover. Remove the cover and you will find 1 open slot. The machine can take a total of 224MB (96 is built into the machine) leaving 128 available. The memory type is 100pin, 133MHz, SDRAM DIMM.
Simply click the memory into the blank slot and replace the cover.
Once completed, plug the machine back in and print a configuration page. The memory total should be at 224 once you have installed your 128MB.