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Upgade memory I have baught the memory for my photo shop to run on my computer but I can't seem to figure out how to put it in.I don't know how to get the case off to get to the board without breaking something.Please help..step by step would be great and pictures would even be better. Thanks,Tonya Decker

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Dell has a very good service manual that explains how to place the memory. Take a look here.
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How to open the case is explained here

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