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How do you upgrade the memory in a medion md2852 no access panels on the back have removed every screw in the laptop stll no sign of gaining access


Some laptops have the memory modules installed beneath the keyboard, so that in order to get access to the memory modules/slots, you have to first remove the keyboard.

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Adding computer memory


The only thing you could do is put in a 256MB module in the slot that you have access to. Only one socket is user upgradable. The second socket is only upgradable by a Dell service center. They would have to install a second 256 module to get you to the 512MB max.

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My Lifebook N3510 will not Boot


Hi,

Might as well try to Unseat and reseat the memory module .

Turn off power to your Tablet PC, remove any power adapter (AC or auto/airline). Remove the battery. Make sure that all the connector covers are closed. Turn the Tablet PC bottom side up, and remove the screws from the memory upgrade module compartment. Slide the cover towards the battery compartment slightly, then lift it and remove it (Figure 34). Remove the memory upgrade module from the static guarded sleeve. Align the memory upgrade module with the part side up. Align the connector edge of the memory upgrade module with the connector slot in the compartment Insert the memory upgrade module at a 45° angle. Press the connector edge of the module firmly down and into the connector until it lodges under the retaining clip. You’ll hear a click when it is properly in place. Replace the cover and reinstall the screws.

that will be the process

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Nov 20, 2009 | Fujitsu LifeBook Notebook

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Want to know how to upgrade my lap top memory thank you


To upgrade you will need a SoDimm 2gb DDR II SDRAM, 667 MHz module, on the bottom of the notebook you will need to remove the panel usually secured by 4 screws to gain access to the memory slots, you probably have a 1 and 2 gb modules already so it'll mean removing the 1gb chip and discarding it as you only have 2 memory slots so you can fit the new 2gb module.

Jun 10, 2009 | Acer Aspire 7520-5185 Laptop

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Location of memory slots


Hi.There are a set of instructions that we need to follow for the upgrade process.You can increase the amount of RAM (random access memory) in the notebook with an optional memory module approved by Compaq.The notebook contains 2 memory slots, one of which is accessible for an optional memory module upgrade.Please refer to think link and select the Hardware Upgrade option in the list in the file which will guide you thru picturised views for helping in the memory upgrade.Link is : http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00090108.pdf.
Please let us know whether this help or whether you need more help

Mar 16, 2009 | Compaq Presario R3000 Notebook

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Memory problem


you may have purchased a memory stick that requires more speed than your memory block can give. the speed for this lap top should be around 455-500 MHz on the memory block. if the memory stick requires more than that, its not going to work.

Mar 11, 2009 | Gateway M305CRV Notebook

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Memory upgrade


1. Determine what memory you have, how much your laptop will take, and how much you need. Go to www.crucial.com, and it can automatically scan your computer and tell you what you have and what it will take.
2. On the bottom is an access door for the memory. Remove the screw and pop open the access door.
3. Either replace or add the new memory module into the slot(s). They go in at a 45 degree angle, then press down for the locking tabs to lock the memory into place. To remove the memory, you just pull out on the locking tabs and the memory will raise up slightly allowing you to remove it.
4. Replace the access door and screw.

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Jul 06, 2008 | Acer Aspire 5100 Notebook

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Installing Memory


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Yes, you can replace/upgrate the memory module under the keyboard.

Before you proceed, note that Dell Inspiron 2650 uses DDR200 3.3V SODIMM modules. Also, memory module capacities supported are 128MB and 256MB with a Maximum memory of 512MB. If the current memory installed is 128MB, you need to order 2x 256MB modules to replace/upgrade both memory slots. If the installed capacity is 256MB, you just need another 256MB for the slot underneath the laptop.

Check "Removing the Keyboard" for guide removing the keyboard to access the 2nd memory slot.

Read "Preparing to Work Inside the Computer" before committing to the above procedure.

Let me know how you get on.

Mike

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Ram upgrade


Step 5: Remove a memory or continuity module Continuity modules do not contain memory, but are placeholders to close the memory circuit. Use the following steps to remove a memory or continuity module:
  1. Pull out, and then press down on the holding clips that retain the memory modules. The memory modules should rise up slightly out the socket. Figure 5: Opening memory module tabs c00571682.gif
  2. Pull out the memory or continuity module (for RIMMs) and place it in a static-safe container.
Step 6: Add a memory module Use the following steps to insert a memory module into an empty socket:
  1. If RIMMs are being used, keep the following items in mind when purchasing and installing modules:
    • The memory configuration of channel A (the first two sockets) and channel B (the second two sockets) must be identical.
    • Continuity RIMMs must fill any open memory sockets.
    • When a continuity RIMM is required, it should be installed into the second socket.
  2. Align the memory module so the small notches on the lower edge line up with the raised marks in the socket. Figure 6: Memory module installation c00571683.gif 1 - DIMM (notches farther apart) 2 - RIMM (notches close together)

Apr 11, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Memory upgrade


First thin you have to remember is if you want to have to memories in parallel...Then the new one should be of the same size and frequency(ex:133Mhz,533Mhz..etc.,)Then folow these steps:
  1. Turn off the computer and remove all power cords from the computer system.
  2. Locate the panel used for access to the memory modules. This is generally located on the bottom of the laptop computer. Refer to your laptop instruction manuals for locating the panel.
    lapmem1.jpg
  3. Remove any screws that the panel in place and place somewhere safe to prevent losing it.
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  4. Remove the panel from the laptop and set aside.
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  5. If replacing or upgrading an existing memory module, remove the memory modules by undoing and module clamps and gently lifting the edge of the module to a 45-degree angle and then pulling the module out of the slot.
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  6. Align the notch of the memory module with that of the memory slot and gently insert the module into the slot at a 45-degree angle.
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  7. Once all the pins are in the slot, gently rotate the module down flat until the clamps lock into the module into place.
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  8. Replace the memory access panel onto the laptop computer.
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  9. Replace any screws or fasteners that hold the panel in place.
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  10. Replace the power cord and power up your computer system.

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