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Just push it down harder
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
Do you have your manual for the DX300X? If yes go to page 51.
Gateway suggest that you shut down the PC & un-plug the power cord. Than press & hold the power on button for a few seconds. This will drain the remaining power stored in the PC.
Stand in front of the PC so you are looking at the front of the case. It's the right side panel that you want to remove. There are two thumb screws you need to unscrew (they hold the side panel in place). Once removed there is a beval that bends outward in the middle of the side case panel. Grab it & pull it to you're right. Installing memory is shown on pg. 55.
Home page for you're DX300X listed below.
Posted on May 17, 2010
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