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Can't find the memory card slot

Where is the memory card slot on a dell latitude d505?

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    Raymond Ramirez May 11, 2010

    turn the laptop over and tell me if you see a small square door with small little skrews?

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Memory modules are accessed from the bottom of the unit by removing the screw on the door that is labeled by the letter 'M'.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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