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Memory First of all, I have to tell you that with this action I'll lose waranty on my computer, but you know, so what?! I woild like to know where is the second memory bank, since the manufacturer clearly says: Memory5 • Configured with 1024MB DDR2 SDRAM (both memory slots may be occupied) • 256MB (Min)/4096MB (Max), 512MB in service-accessible memory slot plus one available user-accessible memory slot for 256MB, 512MB, 1024MB, or 2048MB PC4200 DDR2 533MHz SDRAM or PC5300 DDR2 677MHz SDRAM, dual-channel support requires two memory modules of same capacity and clockspeed I intend to add memory to the both memory slots... Thnx ahead, ppl!

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It has two memory modules. the other one is under the keyboard and is actually pretty easy to get to. the plastic piece with the power button in it pops off when you put the screen all the way back. then just unscrew the 3 screws you see under there and your keyboard flips up. presto there is your other memory chip.

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That model either has hidden chip inside or has one chip to check it take out the chip that is under memory cover, and than turn your PC on if it says no memory or beeps and do not start than it is only one.

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On the bottom of the notebook, there is a cover being held on with a single screw. Remove the cover and viola, there's the RAM. Unfortunately, it appears that only one of the modules is removable.

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