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Ram upgrade how can i unlock the ram memory from my presario 7el7000t-130nl to upgrade with 3x 256mb

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Step 5: Remove a memory or continuity module Continuity modules do not contain memory, but are placeholders to close the memory circuit. Use the following steps to remove a memory or continuity module:

  1. Pull out, and then press down on the holding clips that retain the memory modules. The memory modules should rise up slightly out the socket. Figure 5: Opening memory module tabs ram upgrade - c00571682.gif
  2. Pull out the memory or continuity module (for RIMMs) and place it in a static-safe container.
Step 6: Add a memory module Use the following steps to insert a memory module into an empty socket:
  1. If RIMMs are being used, keep the following items in mind when purchasing and installing modules:
    • The memory configuration of channel A (the first two sockets) and channel B (the second two sockets) must be identical.
    • Continuity RIMMs must fill any open memory sockets.
    • When a continuity RIMM is required, it should be installed into the second socket.
  2. Align the memory module so the small notches on the lower edge line up with the raised marks in the socket. Figure 6: Memory module installation 1 - DIMM (notches farther apart) 2 - RIMM (notches close together)

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thank you . Please leave comment b4 u rate, thanks, melnavz

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