Question about Computers & Internet
Usually on the bottom of your laptop there's a small panel with one or two small screws you can easily remove. Make sure you pull the battery and the power cord out before doing anything. Look for the small panel on the bottom and look in there for one or two small rectangular circuitboards. Most likely that's your RAM, unless it has wires connected, in which case, that's your wireless. Gently move the clips outward on either side of the memory stick and it will pop up at an angle. Gently remove it and replace. Insert the new one at an angle all the way in, then tilt it flat down so the clips hold it in place.
If nothing is on the bottom of your laptop, then the memory lives underneath the keyboard. Try the Samsung website for instructions.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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