Question about Compaq Presario X1000 Notebook
The second memory slot is under the keyboard.
Remove two screws at the bottom.
Move downwards 4 switches at the top of the keyboard betwwen these letters (es-f1, f4-f5, f8-f9, f12-del) and raise it from the top.
Be careful not to remove keyboard ribbon-band.
There it is!!!!
Replace memory as standard.
Reverse procedure to set laptop to normal.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
The original 256 is built into the motherboard. you can only upgrade the machine easily my swapping the other 256 with another chip. I found the engineer guide on the web through some searching, that shows how to assemble the machine and i suppose you could then swap the original ram with a bigger module, but it's not somethign I'd recommend... Why would you need more than 512mb anyway???
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