Question about Dell Latitude L400 Notebook
Have Latitude L400 with 128MB ram and I want to upgrade to 256MB ram (maximum allowed) but cannot find instructions how to remove/replace.
It should be relatively simple =).
Dell notebooks have plates on the bottom where you can unscrew and gain access to specific components, namely the RAM.
If you have RAM already, you'll need to remove the plates. It's a trial-and-error, but usually around the middle of the notebook. From there, simply remove the existing RAM (if you wish to) and replace with your new RAM.
If you do not currently possess the RAM, I suggest newegg:
That should work, but this is guaranteed to work:
Posted on May 21, 2009
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