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I have 2 memory modules to increase my memory. How do I access the memory ports to insert/change them?

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Normally ther is 2 panels on the bottom of the laptop both can be removed by unscrewing them. one will give you access to the hard drive and wireless card , the other to cpu and memory slots

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Memory modules are sensitive. You must take a lot of care when handling memory modules.
The first question is why did you change the ram? Nevertheless, if the one you replace is certified in good condition, then the problem lies in the insertion of the new ram. First to note is the use of correct memory module type and speed. Use of incorrect type/speed may result to errors. Secondly,clean the module's contact points using an eraser. See to it that you align the module's cut (located in the contact point) to the proper slot in the memory module's slot. Do not force to insert the memory module if it is not in the proper slot, it will break the board and/or the memory module. You can hear a slight click sound or a firm position signifying you have correctly inserted the memory module. Power on test your laptop. If you have more than one modules, you may try one another to isolate defective one.
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