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Installation of RAM

Hi I have a Samsung tablet pc NPQ1. I wish to upgrade the Ram, but how do I access the modules? Do I have to remove tthe back - I cannot see any panels behind which they might lie. Many thanks

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    many thanks, I figured I might have to resort to dismantling the thing!

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There should be a panel on the back that would have the memory under it. if not then you may have to remove the entire back to get at it.

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