Question about Toshiba Tecra A6 Notebook
You can usually find manuals for gaining access to the Ram slots, but I have opened up a Tecra before. Though not exactly the same model. you have to remove the plastic strip along the top of the keyboard (under the screen). Most of these pop up with SLIGHT pressure from a screwdriver but be careful, it may have one or more screws in the bottom of the laptop. Turn it over and look for any deep holes that might have screws that screw into the plastic strip on the top. Once you have the strip off, you can usually see easily how to remove the keyboard.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
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