Question about Computers & Internet
Looking at the back of the laptop it appears I will have to unscrew a number of screws to get inside and hopefully locate existing 256 RAM x 2 and replace with yet to be obtained, maximium allowed (per Crucial.com/uk), 512 RAM x 2. Do you forsee me having any problems? Appears I might have to slide hard drive, CD/DVD and battery out first. I am capable handyperson but have not taken a laptop apart yet. Any advice much appreciated. Thanks
Make sure you are ONLY taking off the cover needed to change the RAM. Other screws may hold sensitive parts in place. Go to the laptops makers website and see which screws need to be removed. Its a good idea to also see if you need to change any settings in the BIOS once RAM is installed.
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