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Power down your tower, then unplug the power cord. Lay the tower on the side and remove the side plate (usally one main screw at the back end of the tower and then slides to the back and comes off) Located inside the tower on the mother board you will see the memory stick. At each end of the memory stick is a little plastic lever that when pushed gently away and down from the stick it will pop up that end of the stick. Repeat on the other end of the stick and then pull the stick out evenly. Take the memory with you to the store so as to get the same kind of memory and also to get the right PIN set. Remember to pay attention to what slot you pull the memory out of. Also keep in mind that you never want to mix memory sticks IE a 512 mem stick with a 256 ect. It is also adviseable to stick with the same manufacture of memory and not to mix and match brands.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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